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Immigrants fill construction void, struggle for pay

September marks the 10th anniversary of the Wall Street collapse that decimated Nevada’s housing market, slashed the construction workforce by more than half and...

Rosen tries to make wages a campaign issue

Sen. Dean Heller told attendees of a Latin Chamber of Commerce event last week that he doesn’t believe minimum wage should be set at...

Washoe County superintendent weighs in on class, race and education

Washoe County School District Superintendent Traci Davis knows there are people who wish she would stop talking about equity.But she isn’t going to.“I tend...

Revenue model: Nevada courts rely on criminalized traffic tickets

Thirty-seven states across the country consider traffic infractions civil matters that do not lead to jail time.Nevada is not one of them.In Nevada,...

Cortez Masto continues call to reform (but not abolish) ICE

At a roundtable event with Southern Nevada media Friday, Catherine Cortez Masto came down strong against the Trump Administration, its “zero tolerance” immigration policy...

Alleged parent/child sex pact highlights perils of foster and at-risk children

A popular Christian radio personality, youth baseball official and parent of five adopted foster children has a long history of committing sexual abuse and...

The simple truth about Question 3

“Competition is good,” declares the campaign for Question 3. “It’s that simple”If Question 3 passes, Nevada will have to create rules and guidelines for...

Leaders mum on reasons behind Nevada charter school change

A North Las Vegas charter school is rebranding and ending its relationship with its Arizona-based management company, but the motivation behind the changes is...

State’s private “offender services” contractor refers parolee to embattled rehab

A pricey Las Vegas drug and alcohol rehab that is being sued for wrongful death and is owned by a company forced to testify...

Failed bank robber programming UNLV radio station

The Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies teaches students to become the next watchdogs of journalism — something the school could have...

Child lead poisoning on rise, prevalence unknown

Reported cases of lead poisoning among children are on the rise in Southern Nevada. The increase is attributed in part to more testing. But...

DA race over, but push for reform isn’t

A 55-year-old white male was arrested July 31 because of a citation he received in February for expired license plates, registration violations and making...