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Attorneys, staff, and public endangered by crowded courts

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police and Las Vegas Justice Court officials have ignored a simple means of limiting the spread of COVID-19 to jail staff,...
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Native American Heritage Month: Recognition is nice, but repair is still required

On the night of Oct. 10, 2016 in Reno, a group of protesters settled under the famous downtown arch to speak out against the...
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Budget cuts, pandemic reshape state Office for New Americans mission

The Nevada Office for New Americans has found new purpose during the COVID-19 pandemic despite a reduced budget and leadership change.Established last year by...

Immigration advocates push Biden to not just bring back DACA but expand it

President-elect Joe Biden is promising to reinstate an Obama-era program that shields deportation for some undocumented people who were brought to the United States...
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Clark County public facilities to begin closing Tuesday

Clark County officials are going above and beyond restrictions imposed Sunday by Gov. Steve Sisolak and closing county facilities to the public, according to...
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Nevada’s new K-12 funding formula is taking shape. Will any revenue follow?

Finding additional revenue to fund Nevada’s beleaguered K-12 system was always going to be a heavy lift. Now, with economic realities brought on by...

Sisolak enacts new restrictions to stem COVID spread

Las Vegas visitors planning to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at local restaurants may want to check their reservations, given new restrictions announced Sunday by...

‘No outrage. No concern. No action. Just more silence.’

“Do we care about the lives of incarcerated people?” The question, which was asked Thursday by Leslie Turner with the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada’s...
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Should the Victorville train be derailed? Let the market decide.

In July, Nevada officials unanimously, and gushingly, approved $200 million in private activity bonds to fund an investment company’s train to Victorville. California had...
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What went wrong with the higher ed oversight ballot measure

A statewide ballot initiative to remove the Board of Regents from the Nevada Constitution may have narrowly failed this year, but its supporters say...

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