Unemployment rates in Nevada continued to fall in May, according to data released by the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation on Tuesday.
The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday announced the award of more than $130 million in grants to develop, modernize and diversify Registered Apprenticeship programs in 15 states and to establish Registered Apprenticeship Technical Assistance Centers of Excellence in three states and the District of Columbia to provide technical expertise and services and accelerate the expansion of Registered Apprenticeship programs.
Democrats’ reversal on voter ID should lead states without it, a list that includes Nevada, to require voter ID going forward.
On March 14, Missouri governor Mike Parson signed HB 85, aka the Second Amendment Preservation Act, into law.
The Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Section of the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health on Wednesday announced the kickoff of the Nevada Alliance for Innovation in Maternal Health, one of many statewide efforts to end preventable maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity and comes on the heels of numerous legislative efforts to improve birth outcomes in Nevada.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development International Trade Division used its U.S. Small Business Administration State Trade Expansion Program grant to help 39 Nevada companies during the past year.
StartUpNV, a nonprofit statewide incubator and accelerator for Nevada-based startup companies, staunchly supported the passage of SB9 to modernize Nevada’s private investment laws that were burdensome, confusing and an impediment to enticing investment in local startup companies.
The list of possible sites for a Major League Baseball ballpark in the Las Vegas Valley ballooned to well over 20 during a two-day visit for the Oakland Athletics ownership group.
Nevada on Thursday reported 448 new coronavirus cases and 10 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Service.
Investigators could not determine a cause to the April fire at Scotty’s Castle, a landmark in Death Valley National Park.
UNLV’s Center for Business and Economic Research predicts that visitor volume in Southern Nevada will climb 57 percent this year and 13.2 percent next year, following its 55.2 percent drop in 2020.
An investigation into a suspicious death in Pahrump led to the arrest of a murder suspect in Colorado on Friday.