The Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation said the spike is “questionable.”
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto has introduced bipartisan legislation for tax credits to provide relief for convention, trade show, entertainment workers for COVID-19 recovery.
Nevada’s coronavirus-ravaged economy could get a boost come the turn of the year as the state is working on a plan that would allow conventions to have significantly more attendees, Gov. Steve Sisolak said Monday.
Not everybody knows about the federal eviction moratorium order, and the uncertainty of what lies ahead is taking a toll on jobless Nevadans.
Commissioners said that the food-delivery company was evading a 15 percent cap on fees charged to restaurants and asked the attorney general to investigate.
A court settlement clears the way for a developer to buy and restore the shuttered Huntridge Theater in downtown Las Vegas.
Nevada is doubling funds for a state grant program for small businesses and nonprofits after thousands applied on the first day.
Cannabis Compliance Board investigators found six employees working without required licenses at Nevada Medical Group.
The state’s workforce agency is warning employers and claimants of a new email phishing campaign by scammers.
Clark County hosted a virtual and in-person forum Monday to address the most pressing housing-related topics during the pandemic.