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The marriage industry brings a lot of money to Las Vegas, but how much did the industry suffer during the pandemic?
The new person in charge of the $77 million Clark County Library District is Kelvin Watson.
As COVID-19 cases surge across the northern and eastern part of the country, Nevada’s numbers look good in comparison.
Pfizer announced last week that its COVID-19 vaccine is 100 percent effective in kids ages 12 through 15.
Across the country, Republican lawmakers are enacting laws that create stronger requirements for people to vote.
Many expected the state’s economy, battered by COVID-19, to be the focus of this year’s legislative session.
If vaccinations stay ahead of infections, it looks like Las Vegas will emerge soon from the pandemic-borne recession.
Kids spent the past year at home doing distance learni
Could the mining industry be facing taxes and regulation changes?
Will people driving old clunkers have to say goodbye to the classic car status that exempts them from smog checks?
While lawmakers are meeting in Carson City, they have to debate issues that could affect every corner of the state – including Native Americans living on and off reservations.
Republican congressional candidate Dan Rodimer lost a fairly close Congressional race last year to Susie Lee.