Gov. Joe Lombardo touted fiscal responsibility during his first State of the State speech Monday, proposing a cut to the gas tax, increased funding for K-12 education and a cost of living increase for state employees.
During Radon Action Month in January, the American Lung Association is urging residents to test their homes for radon.
Pahrump records 31 new cases in the past weeks, according to the latest data, which shows hospitalizations are slightly down from the virus.
Michele Fiore’s move to Nye County in November has raised questions about the legitimacy of her last votes on the Las Vegas City Council and her appointment to a Pahrump Justice Court bench.
The move aims to ease a shortage of pediatric nurses as hospital units remain full.
The Thanksgiving holiday is likely partially to blame for a steep increase in cases.
The Nevada Hospital Association calls on the governor’s office to help with pediatric unit staffing and crowding.
About 55 million people are expected to travel nationwide for Thanksgiving, a 1.5 percent increase over 2021, according to AAA.
More individuals and families are now eligible for health insurance on the Silver State Health Insurance exchange.
The HOV lanes along portions of Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95 will be open to all motorists between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. daily beginning Oct. 24.
A project to construct more than 400 single-family homes on Blue Diamond Hill near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area can move forward.
Mortgage rates fell in August, helping new home sales, but borrowing costs have since climbed higher.
After declining for 10 straight weeks, COVID-19 hospitalizations plateaued in Clark County this week and increased slightly statewide.
Republicans who oppose abortion vow they would nonetheless protect Nevada’s statute guaranteeing abortion rights if faced with a federal bill to ban the practice nationwide.
The state will accept applications for marijuana lounges between Oct. 14-27.