Rates in Reno and Carson City also declined.
On a party line vote, the Nevada Legislature approved legislative and congressional district maps.
The Senate late Sunday passed the redistricting bill designating congressional, state Senate and Assembly. Senate Bill 1 was approved 12-9 on a party line vote and immediately transmitted to the Assembly.
Roney Ronaldo Gonzalez-Otazo, 25, will likely remain in jail while the case against him proceeds.
The special session was stalled Sunday as staff worked to draft amendments called for during a daylong hearing on the Democratic majority’s maps.
Democratic lawmakers made it clear Saturday evening they intend to push their redistricting maps through despite strong opposition not only from Republican lawmakers but county officials, Hispanics and Nevada Indian tribes.
Legislative Democrats introduced their redistricting plans for the coming decade Friday as the 33rd Special Session of the Nevada Legislature opened for business. And Republicans in the minority cried foul saying it’s the most partisan set of maps ever, a plan designed to ensure a Democratic super majority through 2030.
Wilber Martinez-Guzman, 22, will be arraigned on Carson City charges Nov. 23 before Carson City District Judge James Wilson.
He gave one day’s notice with the special session to begin Friday at 1 p.m.
That tax funds the Trust Fund that pays unemployment benefits to workers.
For the Carson City, Douglas and Storey districts, the changes don’t appear to be dramatic.
The project was postponed twice because of the state’s fiscal problems.
Ken Furlong announced Friday he will run for reelection as Carson City sheriff in 2022.
Chief Justice Jim Hardesty announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election.
Democrats still hold a huge edge in total registration — 718,705 to 620,633.
He said a Republican House would put him in an excellent position to take a key role.
While Nevada casinos recorded their seventh consecutive month of over $1 billion in win, the joy was not universal.
Michael Brown, head of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, says the agency is very busy. “We have never been busier in GOED with the number of companies calling us,” he told the audience at the Northern Nevada Development Authority’s annual economic report on Wednesday.
The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reports Nevada’s unemployment rate decreased statewide in September.
The vast majority of the money is a direct pass-through to Nevada’s 17 local school districts and public charter schools.
After being locked down for a year and a half, the Nevada Capitol is once again open to the public.
Capacity in the 13 small hospitals is strained and impacts their ability to admit non-COVID patients.
The comment period will be open for 30 days.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a new sentencing hearing for a man convicted of reckless driving in a crash that left two dead.
A legislative decision capping tax credits for low income education scholarships did not violate the state constitution.
The committee is charged with figuring out how to spend the portion of the cash that they have some control over.
The current tax level 1.65%; businesses paid 2.65 percent during the great recession.
Health officials say the number of new cases of COVID-19 and the number of hospitalizations is falling in Nevada.
Court orders two trials for Douglas County, Reno murders
The $1.16 billion reported by licensees was 57 percent higher than the same month in 2020 when win totaled $742.9 million.
Nathaniel DeGrave, 32, of Las Vegas is charged with federal offenses including conspiracy, obstructing an official proceeding and assaulting, resisting or impeding officers.
Storey County officials described the proposed legislation as deeply flawed and completely unnecessary.
Former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller announced Monday he is running for governor.
Nevada added back 11,900 jobs in August as the state continued to recover from the economic damage of the pandemic.
Nevada health officials say while COVID cases are down 4.5 percent over the past two weeks in Clark County.
As of the end of August, 243 people have died on Nevada’s roadways in 2021.
Garth Richards was the developer of the Silver Oak project and the Silver Oak Golf Course.
The state Board of Health voted Friday to require vaccinations for those who work with vulnerable populations.
Wildlife officials are urging people in the Carson-Douglas area to be “bear aware”
“We are preparing for the worst-case scenario,” said Jon Bakkedahl of the Division of Emergency Management.
District Judge Todd Russell on Monday awarded almost $170,000 in fees to the attorneys
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Monday declared a state of emergency as the Caldor Fire reached the edge of the Tahoe Basin.
A commercial real estate study conducted by the NAI Alliance has concluded that the Carson City economy is thriving.
The 14-day rolling average number of people getting shots is now up to 6,400, an increase of 200 from the week before.
Nevada casinos set an all-time record in July, raking in $1.36 billion.
The Gaming Control Board has filed a new complaint against a Carson City bar, The Timbers, charging violation of the mandatory mask and social distancing requirements.
The number of Nevada counties not flagged for high risk of virus transmission has now grown to seven from a low of five.
Beginning with the spring semester, all students attending in person classes at the Nevada System of Higher Education must be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Research indicates that 56 percent of those landlords are dealing with delinquent renters.