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UNLV removes Hey Reb! statue

Goodbye, Hey Reb!After years of pushback over its controversial mascot, UNLV removed a statue of Hey Reb! Tuesday night.https://twitter.com/MjLyle/status/1273079729768157185 In an email, UNLV President Marta...
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SNAP, TANF benefits can now be used online

Low-income families can now purchase groceries online using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits.Nevada SNAP and TANF...
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Sisolak announces $148 million in COVID-19 funds for smaller counties

The State of Nevada is expected to disburse more than $148 million in CARES Act funds to what has been deemed smaller county governments...
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Furloughs, salary freezes likely coming for state employees

Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Thursday that state employees will likely face furloughs, freezes on merit salary increases and less than 50 layoffs beginning next...
then *they* could name their team the 51s since we stupidly changed ours

Citing Trump’s Bible photo op, Rosen signs on to D.C. statehood bill

Nevada's Jacky Rosen this week became the latest U.S. senator to sign on as a cosponsor of legislation to make the District of Columbia...
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NV Republicans get into he said-he said over what she said

The Nevada Republican Party says the Clark County party, not the state apparatus, is “stonewalling” an investigation into alleged racially-charged remarks attributed to Las...
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Republicans may attempt to oust Fiore as National Committeewoman

The head of the Clark County Republican Party, David Sajdak, says an investigation by the state party of alleged “racially charged” comments made by...
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Schools cleared to immediately reopen for in-person summer learning

Gov. Steve Sisolak has given Nevada schools the green light to immediately reopen for in-person summer school, according to the Nevada Department of Education.Under...
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HUD awards $33 million for homeless in Nevada

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Tuesday awarded Nevada $33,452,847 in grants meant to assist families who are experiencing homelessness in...
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Congressional Dems lay out police reform plans

WASHINGTON — Congressional Democrats outlined their vision for sweeping police reforms on Capitol Hill Monday, following weeks of nationwide protests sparked by the killing...

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