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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...

Clash of the trite ones

One last lingering 2020 election race that is yet to be decided pits two towering visionaries against each other in a battle of epic...
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Suicides among youth, adults not up in Nevada during pandemic

When Clark County School Superintendent Jesus Jara argued in a Las Vegas Review-Journal op-ed for reopening schools closed because of COVID, he cited 11...
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Why distributing a vaccine in Nevada will be ‘extraordinarily difficult’

Nevada and other states are working through a complex set of problems to ensure the COVID-19 vaccine is distributed quickly and effectively when it...

Stress on food bank persists, but federal help is winding down

While the spread of the coronavirus in Nevada is accelerating, another crisis shows no signs of slowing either – the number of people experiencing...
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Clark County certifies (almost all) election results; Anthony-Miller special election looms

Clark County on Monday certified its 2020 general election results for every race except one -- a county commission contest where the razor-thin margin...

Youths describe Covid’s disruption of housing, work, income

Taisacan Hall should have been excited about moving into her first apartment in the spring. She's a former client of Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth,...
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Legislative shuffle just made job harder for Nevada Democrats

Nevada Republicans have flipped four seats in the Nevada State Legislature, stripping Democrats of their supermajority in the lower chamber and setting the stage...
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Families of incarcerated call for action, transparency as Covid cases soar

Update: After this story was published, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced in a press release late Friday afternoon that 424 of the 525...
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Short-term rental owners threaten lawsuit against Henderson

Real estate agent Cindy Lowman says “even with COVID” her short-term vacation rental (STVR) in Henderson is grossing $15,000 a month. “October was a...

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