The Nevada attorney general’s office has withdrawn from a multistate lawsuit against T-Mobile and Sprint.
Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Tony Alamo says there’s enough new substance in a proposed regulation on discrimination and harassment to consider it on Nov. 21.
Some of the new or expected developments in west Henderson also have landed government-approved cost savings along the way, fetching tax breaks and discounted land.
Three applicants have been selected as finalists for executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Open enrollment on the Nevada Health Link exchange runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15. In the meantime, consumers are encouraged to “window shop” the varied plans on the exchange.
Clark County Commissioners are allowing some marijuana businesses not subject to a court injunction to apply for special use permits.
Members of the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce took part in a round table discussion co-hosted by the Nevada Republican Party and President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign.
Gov. Steve Sisolak‘s decision could derail the nonprofit transit system’s plan to build two new stations on the Las Vegas Strip.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., is aiming to arm potential franchise operators with more information before they take out loans or use savings to open businesses.
Arriving home from a family vacation in July 2018, Kari Monson and her three children found an eviction notice taped to their door.