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State panel monitors troubled Nevada veterans home

Nevada’s state-run veterans nursing home, cited by federal and state officials for multiple deficiencies in 2013 including one that led to the death of a resident, has new leadership and has been under review by an independent panel since early this year.

I-15 South reopens near Primm after crash

A semi-truck crash closed southbound Interstate 15 near the California state line, Nevada Highway Patrol said Friday evening.

Ex-legislator’s name considered for sports complex

Pete Livermore, the late Nevada assemblyman and supervisor who was a driving force behind the creation of several athletic fields in Carson City, might soon have his name on the sports complex.

Nevada supporters: Enough signatures to legalize marijuana

Backers of an initiative petition to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Nevada said Friday they have collected far more than the required number of signatures to bring the measure to the ballot in 2016.

GOP takeover means new push on Yucca, nuke waste

The Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate in Tuesday’s elections is giving new hope to those who see reviving the mothballed Yucca Mountain site as a solution to the nation’s nuclear waste problem.

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