Nevada death row inmate Scott Dozier is dead. Dozier’s death ends his legal odyssey, which began in 2007 when he was convicted in the 2002 murder of Jeremiah Miller, but does little to clarify what’s next for Nevada’s death penalty.
Despite more marijuana licenses available from the state, parts of rural Nevada continue to shun the business Representatives in Elko, Storey, Pershing and other counties told the Review-Journal they either have ordinances on their books that prohibit marijuana sales locally Or they have not seen interest in local sales Places like Ely, West Wendover and Fernley have marijuana projects in the works
The State Apprenticeship Council approved Nevada’s first cybersecurity apprenticeship program, boosting the state’s efforts to reduce its skills gap, according to local experts. The new programs, approved on May 15, focus on in-demand industries struggling to find qualified employees like information technology, advanced manufacturing and hospitality. “The governor wanted to ensure that businesses have an adequate workforce, especially now with a tight labor market,” executive director of the Governor’s Office of Workforce Innovation Manny Lamarre said. “A big part of that is leveraging apprenticeships and industries that are growing.”
Legalized sports betting will be available beyond Nevada It could mean NCAA championships in T-Mobile Arena UNLV AD Desiree Reed-Francois is with the Mountain West on attracting such events Former AD Jim Livengood has been working on the issue for years Las Vegas Events president Pat Christenson behind effort as well
A Clark County, Nevada, representative touted the role of McCarran International Airport as a technology innovator on Monday. The airport owns and operates all 20,000 pieces of hardware on site, which includes computers, signs, boarding passes and boarding gate scanners. The airport is used to test new technologies like bag tags that emit electromagnetic waves for tracking.
Golden Knights fans will have to wait a little longer to show support for their team on a license plate. Officials with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles say the department has gone back-and-forth with the team for six months over the design of the plates. Once Knights submit a design, it will only take a few weeks for the DMV to manufacture, distribute and solicit sales for the plates. The plate’s Knights insignia, logos and messages may only take up roughly one-third of the specialty plates, leaving enough room for “Nevada” at the top and the license number. The plates will cost $37, followed by a $10 annual renewal fee.
The Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Association hosted a media tour of three dispensaries on April 20 April 20th (420) is the unofficial national celebration of marijuana Reporters toured NuWu Cannabis, run by the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and called the largest dispensary in the world They toured Acres Cannabis, which has developed the first fully legal marijuana farmers market in Nevada The tour ended at Exhale Nevada, which wants to market itself more to medical marijuana buyers
The man suspected of killing one Strip casino executive and injuring another has been arrested. According to police, Anthony J. Wrobel was taken into custody by Texas law enforcement officers without incident near the town of Vega. The FBI filed a federal arrest warrant for Wrobel on Wednesday after discovering he had fled Nevada. A criminal complaint charged Wrobel with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution after the shooting. Wrobel is suspected of going to a picnic at Sunset Park for employees of The Venetian and opening fire on two executives.
Several months ago, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority set out to market the city as the sports capital of the world. With the addition of the Golden Knights and the Raiders, LVCVA saw the perfect opportunity to do so. The Knights’ success and current Stanley Cup playoff run has resulted in a marketing marriage with Las Vegas that has been far more successful than anyone could have imagined. This season, the Knights have managed to unite the community and made hockey fans around the country take notice. “The Knights, in my mind, really put the exclamation point that we’re the sports capital of the world, not only what they’ve done on the ice in this historic season but how they brought the community together.” Lisa Motley, director of sports marketing and special events for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Professional sports have been a staple for Las Vegas for decades with championship boxing matches, PGA golf tour events and the National Finals Rodeo. But big-league teams kept their distance from Nevada, due to lingering fears of sports betting somehow influencing games. “Las Vegas stands for something much more extensive and expansive now than what it once did” David Carter, executive director of the University of Southern California’s Marshall Sports Business Institute
City officials have big plans for Henderson. They envision a suburban utopia filled with plenty of open spaces, parks, community gardens and access to all modes of transportation. The city is projected to have 100,000 new residents in the next 20 years. Henderson is the second-largest city in Nevada, with an estimated population of more than 300,000.