Hundreds of thousands of abandoned mines litter Nevada, left by their owners decades ago.
State Sen. Dina Neal says she’ll ask the state to appropriate $10 million and the City of North Las Vegas for $20 million more to relocate any of 90 or so remaining residents of Windsor Park, a neighborhood of sinking homes that residents say has been forgotten by the City of North Las Vegas.
Nevada has a private school pseudo-voucher program called Opportunity Scholarships.
It’s not uncommon for the ACLU of Nevada to receive complaints from tenants who say they were denied housing because they rely on housing vouchers, commonly known as Section 8, or other subsidies and income sources such as Social Security disability or child support payments.
For Rev. Li Arinee, life started at 45, when he received gender-affirming care.
Gov Joe Lombardo issued an official “executive order” on energy policy Monday.
It should have been titled an “executive sentiment.”
The first hearing for a highly anticipated bill to expand Medicaid eligibility to undocumented immigrants in Nevada drew sharp criticisms from Republicans, who suggested the proposal would be costly and worsen provider access issues for all patients.
Amid rising housing insecurity, Nevada lawmakers are considering several measures to address skyrocketing rents and regulate rental application fees.
Nevada’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in February at 5.5 percent, but based on preliminary data, the state has added about 1,329 new nonfarm jobs between January to February.
Superintendent Jesus Jara and CCSD Police Chief Mike Blackeye were called to a joint meeting of the Senate Judiciary and Education committees on Wednesday.