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Indian Springs could get rare construction project

This rural Southern Nevada outpost doesn’t seem like an ideal spot for new real estate projects. But for Las Vegas broker and investor Mason Harvey, Indian Springs is ripe for construction.

Nevada officials investigate cyberattack on marijuana program database

Nevada officials are investigating a cyberattack on the state’s medical marijuana program database after the personal information of thousands of people was leaked online Wednesday, the state confirmed in a news release.

Reid was Nevada’s go-to lawmaker for gaming, tourism and transportation

Sen. Harry Reid, who is retiring after a three-decade political career that saw him rise higher than any Nevada politician before him, has always been the go-to lawmaker on all things related to gaming, tourism and transportation.

Gaming group will help lobby against Yucca Mountain project

Nevada will have an advocate in the American Gaming Association against any effort to revive the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository northwest of Las Vegas.

Laughlin’s abandoned Emerald River resort remains an eyesore

With the Colorado River steps from her house, Susan Martinolich can soak up a serene landscape from her back patio. There’s so much beauty outside, she says, she isn’t bothered much by the abandoned concrete towers standing across the water in Laughlin — leftovers of the failed Emerald River resort.

Just back from Mideast, Gov. Sandoval flies to Morocco for conference

Gov. Brian Sandoval was en route Tuesday to the north African nation of Morocco, where he will attend a three-day conference on cross-regional issues of security, migration, trade and energy, his office said.

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