It may not feel like it, but Nevadans who get their health insurance courtesy of the Affordable Care Act can consider themselves relatively lucky as 2017 comes into focus.
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A jury on Thursday exonerated brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy and five others of conspiring to impede federal workers from their jobs at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Democratic legislative leaders say they plan to reach a community benefits agreement with a yet-to-be-appointed Las Vegas stadium authority board assuring that more than half the construction and operations jobs on the $1.9 billion project go to underprivileged workers.
The Nevada Supreme Court handed low-wage earners a mixed bag of wins and losses in three opinions issued Thursday interpreting the state’s minimum wage law enshrined in the constitution.
Nevada will share in a multi-state, $41.2 million settlement with automakers Hyundai and Kia over claims they exaggerated, then adjusted, fuel efficiency ratings, the attorney general’s office announced Thursday.
They missed family birthdays and holidays, including the Fourth of July, while they ran supplies for freedom fighters 7,800 miles from Nevada. Now they’re coming home.
Incumbent Republican Derek Armstrong is facing off with attorney Ozzie Fumo in Democratic-leaning Assembly District 21.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of an appeals court ruling issued earlier this year in favor of the federal government in a long-running dispute with the late Nevada rancher Wayne Hage.
Independent American Party candidate Janine Hansen will try to leverage her experience as a lobbyist for school choice in a long-shot bid to unseat incumbent Republican state Sen. Pete Goicoechea in the expansive Senate District 19.
Two longtime educators — Republican Carrie Buck and Democratic incumbent Joyce Woodhouse — are squaring off for the right to help steer state education policy from Carson City.
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