A company that operates a car wash, convenience store with five slot machines and a gasoline station could be fined $10,000 by the Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday.
Under current NCAA rules, students cannot be paid, and the scholarship money colleges can offer is capped at the cost of attending the school.
Clark County welcomed its first female coroner this week when Melanie Rouse took the reigns from acting Coroner Michael Murphy.
The Nevada DMV produces an average of 96,000 plates per month.
Answers to questions on Nevada’s new COVID-19 vaccination incentive program, which includes a $1 million grand prize.
Although the Nevada Republican Party’s chairman has called for an Arizona-style audit of Nevada’s 2020 election results, Democrats reject the idea and a state official says it might violate federal law.
Nevada on Friday reported 385 new coronavirus cases and seven additional deaths over the preceding day as the state test positivity rate climbed for the second time this week.
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has recovered 27 stolen vehicles this year at it’s area office across the state totaling over $1.02 million.
The free event, dubbed The Summer Job Fair, will take place July 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Las Vegas Convention Center’s new West Hall expansion.
Officials are once again asking Las Vegas Valley residents to avoid using illegal fireworks during the July Fourth holiday and to report such activity online.
Eight companies considering relocation or expansion in Nevada may have a sweeter deal after the Governor’s Office of Economic Development approved $8.9 million in tax incentives Thursday.
A sweeping lands bill that would provide protection for 2 million acres for recreation and conservation in exchange for offering public land for development in Clark County is facing criticism from environmental groups.
State reports 296 new coronavirus cases and seven additional deaths over the preceding day, as the state test positivity rate remains unchanged.
The justices, by a 7-2 vote, left the entire law intact Thursday in ruling that Texas, other Republican-led states and two individuals had no right to bring their lawsuit in federal court.