State OKs $55M construction of UNLV engineering building

One-half of the cost is being funded by general obligation bonds. The other half is funding raised by UNLV.

Lyon County delays tiny house regulation discussion

Board Chairman Ken Gray worried the structures would become “the fad of the day.”

Rosen announces $24.5M in energy assistance to Nevada

The money is funneled through the American Rescue Plan Act to help address home energy costs

Nevada prisons suspend visitation due to COVID increase

So far, 209 offenders have tested positive in January.

Recall issued for ground beef in Nevada

The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 965”

Nevada law enforcement going after distracted drivers

Any use of hand-held devices while driving is illegal.

Carson City judge rejects lawsuit against Nevada's open primary ballot question

A Carson City judge on Thursday rejected a challenge to a political action committee's efforts to bring open primaries and ranked-choice voting in general elections to Nevada.

Nevada hospitals request state aid as virus strains staffing

Hospitals face twin challenges as beds fill with patients and staff falls ill.

Nevada non-profits inundate state with grant requests

The state has received applications for grant funding from 337 non-profit organizations.

Nevada has $8 million to replace diesel vehicles and equipment

Grants are available to freight and delivery trucks, school buses and transit buses.

Republicans boo Heller over past with Trump at debate

Hundreds of exuberant Republicans booed and jeered at former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller.

Infrastructure Bank seeks comment on project plans

Capital Allocation Plan will distribute $75 million worth of projects.

Nevada flips, joins multi-state opioid settlement

Nevada was one of several states that did not join a $26 billion settlement in July.

Biden to travel to Las Vegas for Harry Reid service

First Lady Jill Biden and former President Barack Obama are also expected to attend.