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The moratorium that Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak put on evictions in late March was only meant to last until the end of the COVID-19 state of emergency.
Ely sits 240 miles north of Las Vegas, 240 miles west of Salt Lake City, and more than 300 miles east of Reno, making it one of the most remote cities in the Lower 48 states.
Developer Irwin Molasky, who started building in Las Vegas in the 1950s, died over the weekend at age 93.
Southern Nevada cultural institutions are reopening after the pandemic shutdown, but things are different.
COVID-19 has proven to infect people indiscriminately.
A new North American trade deal went on the books Wednesday.
From deep recession to global warming, terrorism to pandemic illness, a remarkable confluence of challenges calls America to summon its inner strengths.
Clark County’s existing master plan was written in 1983, back when it had only 530,000 residents.
While Carlin avoided any cases of COVID-19, the coronavirus did bring out the best in the small northeast Nevada community.
One week ago, UNLV officials removed the Hey Reb!
Nevada ranks among the least-healthiest states and suffers from a
Stretch Sanders spearheaded the June 5 rally and prayer vigil titled,
Elko and surrounding Elko County generally fared well during the coronavirus pandemic.
The highest coronavirus infection rate in Nevada is found far away from the big cities of Las Vegas and Reno.
Court dockets have increasingly become bogged down by debt collections claims over the last decade.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee says his city is ready to focus on economic growth as it emerges from the pandemic lockdown.
With nearly $1 billion dollars and maybe Nevada’s future at stake, a new legislative panel will decide how to spend federal pandemic relief money.
West Wendover Mayor Daniel Corona visited the local food bank recently, but not for a photo op. He was there to get something to eat.
The local paper in Mesquite closed in March, an economic victim of the pandemic.
One victim of the coronavirus is a rite of passage for thousands of young Nevadans: the high school graduation ceremony.
Roy Horn, one half of the animal and magic act Siegfried & Roy, helped revolutionize Strip entertainment and paved the way for other Las Vegas illusion
Representatives of Nevada’s retail, auto dealer, and small-business sectors say they’re preparing for a long, deep slump as the economy reopens following the pandemic.
During the coronavirus-caused economic downturn, few industries have been hurt more than hospitality.
And few universities send more people into the hospitality industry than UNLV.
Arts are an expression of creativity.
But the coronavirus has forced theaters and galleries to close, limiting opportunities for artists to express themselves.