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Report examines Americans ‘priced out’ of health insurance

The analysis released this week by the Kaiser Family Foundation paints a more detailed picture of those those who either struggle to make their premium payments or simply go without health insurance.

Nevada lawmakers seek study of other uses for Yucca Mountain

Nevada lawmakers tried to create a new roadblock to transforming Yucca Mountain into a nuclear waste repository on Thursday by introducing bills in the House and Senate that would require the government to study alternative uses of the site.

Death Valley sizzles with record number of visitors in 2018

The National Park Service reports that the park on the California-Nevada border saw a record 1,678,660 visitors last year. Meanwhile, the number of tourists visiting the Lake Mead National Recreation Area dipped slightly, though it remained the sixth-busiest site in the park service’s portfolio.

Traffic fatalities in Nevada down from 2018

Nevada roadways have seen a year-over-year dip in crash-related deaths through the first two months of 2019, though the number of pedestrian death is up sharply over the period.

US 93 reopens after fatal crash near Boulder City

A Ford pickup truck was struck around 7:30 a.m. by a Chevrolet sedan that witnesses said was speeding and driving recklessly between Veterans Memorial Drive and Yucca Street, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.

PART 8: Could saving Salton Sea help boost Colorado River?

Former Southern Nevada Water Authority chief Pat Mulroy is championing a plan that would leave more water in the Colorado and replace it with desalinated ocean water pumped from Mexico to Southern California.

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