The Department of Housing and Urban Development has opened up millions of dollars in funding for groups serving unhoused people in rural areas — an unprecedented move by the agency, say housing advocates.
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High Costs at Nevada Pumps Despite National Decline in Gas Prices
According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), the national average gas price across the United States continued to drop on Tuesday, September 13, reaching $3.707.
Traffic Jams and Leftover Trash: Frustrations Mount Against the Burning Man Festival
The Burning Man festival is the annual weeklong event in Nevada that takes place in Black Rock Desert.
Vets, Techs, Assistants Needed for Dogs Found at Illegal Breeder
Hundreds of dogs and puppies found in late August at an illegal breeding compound in Nye County are in need of veterinary care.
This is Moose Country!
Moose sightings in Nevada have been rare since the 1950s, but sightings began to increase in the state’s northeast corner in the 2010’s. .
Nevada Set to Receive $14 Million in Multistate JUUL Settlement
After a two year multistate investigation into the vaping company JUUL Labs Inc. the e-cigarette giant has agreed to pay $438.5 million to 34 states and territories, including Nevada.
Butterflies are Free – From Protection in Nevada
A bill draft authorizing the Nevada Department of Wildlife to protect monarch butterflies, bees and other terrestrial invertebrates advanced from the Nevada Legislative Joint Interim Standing Committee on Natural Resources, yesterday.
NV Health Officials Warn everyone is Vulnerable to Monkeypox
Health officials in Nevada are now working to boost messaging and vaccinations for those most likely to contract monkeypox after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared the virus a public health emergency.
Nevada Firefighters Evicted by Bats
Firefighters in the Washoe Valley have lost a seven year fight with bats, forcing the emergency responders to indefinitely abandon one of the two fire stations in the Valley.
Local Groups Secure $300,000 to Improve Air Quality in East Las Vegas
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $300,000 grant to fund “Buen Aire Para Todos,” or Good Air for All, a program to improve air quality in East Las Vegas.