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Tesla Says it ‘Really Loves’ Nevada, Nevada Rubber-Stamps Tax Relief Package
A senior representative from Tesla told the state’s top economic development board Thursday that the electric car company wants to expand its Nevada footprint “not primarily because” of the generous tax incentive package available to them.
Night Skies are Getting 9.6% Brighter Every Year as Light Pollution Erases Stars for Everyone
For most of human history, the stars blazed in an otherwise dark night sky. But starting around the Industrial Revolution, as artificial light increasingly lit cities and towns at night, the stars began to disappear.
Court Ruling Puts Clark County Short-Term Rental Rules on Ice
Clark County’s effort to comply with a new state law requiring regulation of short-term rentals is unconstitutionally vague and overbroad, according to a preliminary injunction issued Thursday by Judge Jessica K. Peterson.
The Ocean Twilight Zone Could Store Vast Amounts of Carbon Captured From the Atmosphere
Deep below the ocean surface, the light fades into a twilight zone where whales and fish migrate and dead algae and zooplankton rain down from above.
Opinion | If State Lawmakers Want Tenants Protected, State Lawmakers Will Have to Protect Tenants
“The House always wins.” While this phrase may be familiar in Las Vegas’ gambling industry, the aphorism also sadly describes the status of Nevada renters in disputes with landlords—especially in the eviction context.
Ultraprocessed Foods – like Cookies, Chips, Frozen Meals and Fast Food – May Contribute to Cognitive Decline
Scientists have known for years that unhealthy diets – particularly those that are high in fat and sugar – may cause detrimental changes to the brain and lead to cognitive impairment.
Medical School, Researchers Call Attention to NV’s Shortage of Doctor Residency Programs
Back in October, the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV officially opened its first dedicated building, on its 9-acre campus on Shadow Lane in central Las Vegas.
Rural Americans Aren’t Included in Inflation Figures – and For them, the Cost of Living May be Rising Faster
When the Federal Reserve convenes at the end of January 2023 to set interest rates, it will be guided by one key bit of data: the U.S. inflation rate. The problem is, that stat ignores a sizable chunk of the country – rural America.
Behavioral Health Board Backs Bump in Property Transfer Tax to Fund Affordable Housing
Proposed state legislation backed by the Clark Regional Behavioral Health Board would increase the real property transfer tax by 20 cents for every $500 of value to build affordable housing for Nevadans with mental health conditions, disabilities, and who are lower income.