The money will be used to expand the College of Southern Nevada’s manufacturing program in an effort to help local employers gain a skilled workforce.
The U.S. is setting up a $1.7 billion national network to identify and track worrisome coronavirus mutations whose spread could trigger another pandemic wave, the Biden administration announced Friday.
When the long-awaited “Queen of the Arts” project was unveiled Thursday in the city’s Historic Westside, it was hailed as much more than a means of wayfinding.
A group of Democratic lawmakers filed a bill Wednesday to ban high-capacity ammunition magazines that have been used in most mass shootings including the Oct. 1 tragedy in Las Vegas.
The state is rolling out a new advertising campaign to convince more Nevadans to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
The Clark County commissioner also said that proposed local social distancing rules would be reviewed after Gov. Steve Sisolak’s recent announcement.
The drawdown would begin rather than conclude by May 1, which has been the deadline for full withdrawal under a peace agreement the Trump administration reached with the Taliban last year.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation is apologizing to jobless Nevadans unable to file their weekly claims as another unemployment system is now also facing technical issues.
Former state lawmaker Steven Brooks was arrested this month when police found a gun in his house after a fight among families Easter Sunday that led to gunfire, records show.
President Joe Biden met with lawmakers Monday to seek support for his $2 trillion infrastructure and jobs bill.