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.”
A popular notion that there was a mass exodus from California last year is wrong, according to research from a nonpartisan think tank.
Tiger Woods was unconscious in a mangled SUV after he crashed the vehicle in Southern California last week, according to a court document that also revealed a nearby resident and not a sheriff’s deputy was first on the scene.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey lifted capacity restrictions at gyms, restaurants and other businesses Friday, citing lower COVID-19 cases and increased vaccination as he eases up on the pandemic restrictions that have upended life for nearly a year.
John Hunter Nemechek flashed across the finish line .686 seconds ahead of his team owner Kyle Busch to win the Bucked Up 200 Truck Series race as NASCAR fans returned to Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Dollar Loan Center founder Chuck Brennan placed a $10,000 bet to win $10 million at Circa on Josh Bilicki to win the Pennzoil 400 at LVMS to hedge a promotion.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Ceding a portion of the state to a private company.
Thinking differently, dressing differently, speaking differently and having a difference of opinion are not sins.
The letter sent by congressional Democrats to the major carriers of news networks is the pot calling the kettle black.