Jesus Jara’s tumultuous time as superintendent of the nation’s fifth largest school district has come to an end.
A cryptic statement issued Wednesday by Clark County confirming the Las Vegas Grand Prix will return, was the result of “media outlets asking if the race was not going to occur because of recent comments in the news,” according to county spokeswoman Jennifer Cooper.
Job development agencies in Nevada spent $44,769 per person — the highest of all 50 states and 20 times the national average — to provide career services to 350 newly unemployed workers in fiscal year 2022, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Student loan borrowers of all ages in Nevada and around the country have an opportunity to have their student loans canceled or the chance to receive credit toward loan forgiveness, but action will be needed soon.
Of the 759 animals euthanized by Henderson in 2022, 185 were cats deemed feral.
Nevada legislators are expressing frustration over the state’s inability to track people who were wrongfully disenrolled from Medicaid last year.
Elected leaders continue to shower tax revenues on stadium and arena projects with the aim of recruiting or keeping teams and boosting local economies. But public debate is growing, as decades of research shows that taxpayers don’t see a positive return on their investment.
Nevada conservationists held a webinar to discuss the protection of Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge near the Nevada-California border from proposed mining activities.
DiVicino is hoping to spread the word of his unlikely friendship with DiPalma and his newfound respect for authority. He currently speaks to incarcerated youth at Spring Mountain Youth Camp, and he’s hoping to gain permission from the Clark County School District to bring his ‘Letters from Prison’ initiative into schools.
There are more than 80 lithium projects proposed on Nevada’s public lands as the nation races to power the green energy transition. Now conservation groups are looking to state lawmakers to establish a rule-making process that would help reduce the establishment of mines in areas of greatest conflict.