An estimated 60,000 Nevada seniors will pay less in out-of-pocket expenses for the 10 most common, high-price drugs the Biden administration identified this week for price negotiations between Medicare and pharmaceutical companies.
One Nevada program is aiming to help seniors on fixed incomes pay their utility bills.
César Carvajal, Democracy Manager with Silver State Voices, called poll workers the “unsung heroes” who help ensure elections remain free and fair.
Gas prices throughout the United States have continued their upward trend over the previous months and years, due to increasing oil prices.
As the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act approaches, some Nevada experts are examining what it has meant for the state so far.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., recently met with reproductive-rights advocates to discuss the need to ensure all Nevada women have access to birth control without a prescription.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the phrase “the enemy of your enemy is your friend.”
After a drawn-out struggle, the remaining 90 homeowners in the sinking and predominantly Black neighborhood of Windsor Park in North Las Vegas will be relocated to new homes – now that Gov. Joe Lombardo has agreed to sign Senate Bill 450.
It wasn’t entirely surprising to see CNN’s report last week that Nevada 2020 fake electors Michael McDonald and James DeGraffenried were granted limited immunity in exchange for testimony as part of special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation of the January 6 insurrection.
Over the last 5 years, the total number of licensed foster homes in Nevada has decreased by 42%, from 2054 in 2018 to 1,184 in 2022, according to data from the Who Cares project which tracks the number of foster homes nationwide.