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Nevada’s economic recovery: Don’t hold your breath

Nevada’s economic recovery is expected to be sluggish.It’s also filled with potential hurdles that could further slow down progress.Multiple economists and industry professionals appeared...
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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...

As everyday Nevadans struggle, state’s ultra-rich get richer

Six Nevada billionaires saw their collective net worth grow more than $10.7 billion during a pandemic that has brought unemployment, housing and educational instability...
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Closure of Ely prison draws ire from legislators

Lawmakers on Thursday grilled Nevada Department of Corrections staff over its abrupt and quiet closure of Ely Conservation Camp in July.NDOC Director Charlie Daniels...
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Hit especially hard, Nevada likely to suffer most without more federal help

The $20.8 billion in federal relief funds received by Nevada has propped up an economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. But with that money...
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Census count ends Thursday (so respond if you haven’t)

Thursday is the final day for completing the 2020 Census.The deadline for accepting census responses has changed throughout this year, first pushed back because...
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Nevada must improve blind people’s access to government websites

The internet has become an integral part of most people’s daily lives. This is truer than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, when most of...
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Cortez Masto unveils alternative for naval air station expansion

An effort to triple the size of a naval air station near Fallon continues to draw ire from conservationists, tribes and rural county officials...
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How the Chamber of Commerce learned to love Susie Lee and House Democrats

Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives two years ago by winning competitive districts like the Nevada seat of Rep. Susie Lee...
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Nevada suspends policy raiding inmates accounts, taking 80 percent of money

The Nevada Board of Prison Commissioners temporarily suspended a policy that allowed inmates' accounts to be raided and 80 percent of money sent to...


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