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Las Vegas real estate getting less risky, analyst says

Home prices in Nevada increased between six and nine percent from October 2019 to this year, but values in Las Vegas are forecasted to...

LV to restore pre-pandemic tourism business in 2023, analyst predicts

Las Vegas will not only regain hospitality jobs lost to the pandemic, but will add more, says a new forecast from Moody’s Analytics that...
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State launches coronavirus testing program at correctional facilities

The Department of Health and Human Service announced Friday it's using $10 million of coronavirus relief funds to contract with Quest Diagnostics to provide...
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Nevada gets $1.6 million in iPhone ‘batterygate’ settlement

Nevada will collect nearly $1.6 million as part of a multistate settlement with Apple, Inc., Attorney General Aaron Ford announced Wednesday.The settlement requires Apple...
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‘Limping through’ until vaccine comes isn’t an option, Sisolak says

It’s too early to know if Gov. Steve Sisolak’s Stay at Home 2.0 mitigation strategy, announced a week ago, is working, according to state...
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Gov. Sisolak tests positive for COVID

Gov. Steve Sisolak has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a release Friday afternoon that says the result was detected as part of routine...
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UNLV wants in-person courses to go remote for rest of semester

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is asking instructors teaching in-person courses to move to online instruction for the remainder of the semester amid...
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Governor: Hole up for 2 weeks, if you can

With the coronavirus surging in Nevada and nearly every state in the nation, Gov. Steve Sisolak urged people Tuesday to "to operate in a...
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Sisolak names Gibson as Gaming Control Board chief

Governor Steve Sisolak named his former general counsel, J. Brin Gibson, to the Gaming Control Board on Tuesday. Gibson will take over as chair...
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Sisolak warns state agencies to prep for more budget cuts

Nevada cut hundreds of millions of dollars from its state budget during a legislative special session this summer to address a $1.2 billion shortfall. More...


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