Presentations by college and university presidents at Friday’s Board of Regents meeting indicate no rush to return to in-person learning.
As of Friday, 1,103 prisoners in Department of Corrections custody have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The Trump administration must accept new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that protects some young immigrants from deportation, a federal judge ruled Friday, in vacating a memo from the acting Homeland Security secretary that had suspended it.
A District Court judge in Carson City ruled against the attempt to overturn presidential election results, saying there was insufficient evidence to support fraud accusations.
The state expects to receive vaccine doses from Pfizer Inc. and Moderna Inc., the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday.
State data posted Friday also shows that more than 1 million people in Nevada have now been tested for the new coronavirus.
The Speaker of the House told reporters that she and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are in sync on a plan to reach agreement on the massive omnibus spending bill and to add COVID-19 relief to it.
A House-Senate compromise version of the annual defense bill does not include military land transfers of public lands for the Air Force and Navy in Nevada.
Clark County Commission candidate Stavros Anthony on Thursday filed for a recount in the close District C race, the county said.
The Nevada Economic Forum projects the state will collect roughly $8.5 billion in tax revenue during fiscal years 2022-2023, a drop of about $300 million from 2018.