If Rebecca Gandara had received a bill from Republic Services for any unpaid amount for unpaid trash collection services, she says she would have paid it.
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200,000 Nevadans Will Need to Re-Qualify for Medicaid as Pandemic Provision Winds Down
An estimated 200,000 Medicaid recipients will need to re-qualify for eligibility starting April 1 or risk losing health care benefits as Nevada begins to wind down a pandemic-era provision.
Attorney General Calls for Stricter Penalties on Businesses Selling Tobacco to Youth
Nevada retailers’ track record of selling tobacco products to underage customers is putting the state at risk of losing federal block grants — potentially up to $1.8 million annually.
Some Nevada Households Paying a Fifth of Their Income – Or More – on Child Care, Report Says
The average household in Clark County spent nearly 20% of their income on rising costs of infant and toddler child care, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Labor.
More Snow in the Mountains May Not Lead to More Water, Study Finds
Mountains in the southwestern U.S. are welcoming record-breaking snowpacks this year, but new research shows they are melting at a record pace too.
Groups Press for Debt Cancellation to Lessen Racial Wealth Gap
The U.S. Supreme Court just set a date to consider whether President Joe Biden’s student debt cancellation plan is legal – and advocates say Black and Brown student borrowers have the most to gain or lose.
Students, Schools Agree NV Tuition Waiver Program for Native Americans Is Off to a Promising Start
The construction of Nevada’s only land-grant university required the removal of tribes from their homelands and gave the university the right to fund itself through the sale of those unceded lands — a right it has to this day.
Taylor Swift is Coming to Nevada Next Year
As Taylor Swift announced the details of her 2023 “The Eras Tour,” swifties in Nevada are surprised to find out that Las Vegas is the second stop of her tour.
Nevada’s Most Popular Halloween Film
October came up in 2022 and terrified the living daylights out of us. Some people enjoy horror films and watch them all year; others avoid them when they come on.
Grasshoppers Back in the Valley – But Will They Stay?
Grasshoppers are widespread in the southwest desert, but rainy summers bring abundant plant growth, providing grasshoppers with a banquet and a proper breeding ground to flourish.