The Review-Journal previously spoke with claimants trying to navigate the unemployment system. Some have received pay, while others continue their struggle to collect benefits.
Nevada’s unemployment rate dropped sharply last month as casinos reopened from a lengthy lockdown, but plenty of people remain out of work.
The Nevada Legislature, meeting in special session, passed a resolution asking the federal government for coronavirus assistance, and a bill allowing the state to raise money in a cash crunch.
Second Judicial District Court Judge Barry Breslow ordered a hearing scheduled to be moved from 9 a.m. Thursday to 9 a.m. Monday.
A live blog of happenings at the 31st special session of the Nevada Legislature, called to address the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
The state with the highest unemployment rate in the country as of May is going into its fourth week without a director to run the employment office.
The Nevada Policy Research Institute has filed a lawsuit contending that nine state lawmakers — including the Democratic leaders of both houses — are ineligible to serve under the state Constitution.
Gov. Steve Sisolak says he gets daily briefings about how the state is working to fix delays in the state’s unemployment system, which was overwhelmed by a huge number of claims.
Bob Halstead, who fought Yucca Mountain on behalf of the state of Nevada for decades, has decided to retire as the federal government puts plans for the waste repository on hold.
More than $2.4 million in CARES Act funding will go to support Las Vegas Valley families in need of emergency food and shelter.