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May 25, 2012 - 1:07 am
Gov. Joe Lombardo doubled down on campaign promises to fund school choice and make changes to Nevada’s election law this week.
Clark County oversaw a lottery Wednesday to rank the applicants it will consider to operate short-term rentals.
Another foot or more of snow fell at resorts around Lake Tahoe on Wednesday, thanks to another Pacific storm.
Senate Bill 274 would allow injured workers to sue insurers when they act in bad faith by denying claims or delaying payments.
A bill she is co-sponsoring would declare xylazine an emerging drug threat and enable the DEA to track its manufacturing to keep it from being used illicitly.
Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni says Francis, 86, does not have COVID-19, but requires several days of therapy.
It’s a move that some advocates have long sought as a way to improve access to a life-saving drug, though the exact impact will not be clear immediately.
Before early voting began on Tuesday, Henderson City Council candidates talked about how they would approach the issue of homelessness.
The candidates in Henderson’s Ward 1 special election talked about improving education and possibly breaking Henderson away from the Clark County School District.
SB 227 would make it a crime to draw, paint, etch or display a symbol of hate in a public place.