The news Friday came a few hours before Gov. Steve Sisolak announced DETR leader Heather Korbulic was leaving her post due to concerns over her personal safety amid social media backlash.
"I think this is a good push forward to close the gap a little bit and make sure people are being valued correctly.”
Mere months after celebrating a 35% jump in traffic since 2014, Reno-Tahoe International Airport now faces an outlook that's "extremely difficult" to predict for 2020.
A new law revises provisions relating to health care and the qualified health benefits, effective Jan. 1, 2020, and establishes the minimum level of health benefits that an employer is required to make available to an employee and his or her dependents for the purpose of determining whether the employer is authorized to pay the lower minimum wage rate.
Emily Jaenson, general manager of the Reno Aces, is among several local celebrities and dignitaries scheduled to present at Saturday's TedXReno event.
Gov. Sisolak emphasized that it wasn’t his goal to heavily police individuals or businesses, but he thought a mandate was necessary in order to ensure a greater percentage of the population started to wear masks.
As of Friday, 26,876 PUA claimants in Nevada been paid, representing 27 percent of all claims filed. That number is expected to increase significantly by Tuesday.
“[Weekly motels] are still posting eviction notices and late fee assessments in the hopes Nevadans won’t be aware of their new rights,” Bailey Bortolin, of the Nevada Coalition of Legal Service Providers, told The Nevada Independent.
Gaming equipment providers, through the Association of Gaming Manufacturers trade organization, are supportive of the proposed regulatory changes covering the electronic transfers of money to games or gaming devices, The Nevada Independent reports.
Among other projects, in early May, Eddy House opened its respite care center in collaboration with Washoe County Social Services. This program serves kids between the ages of 7 and 17, giving them a safe place to live and continue therapeutic services.
A dip in consumer confidence is evident in the latest market research from Destination Analysts — as one example, there was a 13-percentage point increase in the number of people surveyed who believed the coronavirus situation was going to get worse over the next month, reports The Nevada Independent.
This updated guidance should be beneficial for many borrowers, because it provides additional flexibility, depending on the timing of a borrower’s application, advises Mike Bosma.
The "Clean Cars Nevada" initiative would seek to adopt clean car standards used by California and 14 other states requiring dealerships to sell a certain percentage of low or zero-emission vehicles beginning in 2024.
The Associated Students of the University of Nevada has operated the Nevada Wolf Shop for 67 years. That changes Monday when Barnes & Noble College takes over.
The shortfall caused by the economic shutdown ordered to slow the spread of COVID-19 is costing Nevada more than $800 million in the fiscal year that ends June 30 — and is expected to cut projected revenues by more than $1 billion for 2020-21.
“Our patrons need to be responsible and respect and follow the guidelines if they want to come back in three or six months or a year,” Gaming Control Board Chair Sandra Douglass Morgan told The Nevada Independent.
A Northern Nevada native, Ty A. Nebe joined Plumas Bank as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer in June 2018, a few months prior to the bank acquiring a branch in Carson City.
In Nevada, the wedding industry is big business. But the number of licenses issued during the pandemic has fallen 87 percent — and the drop directly translates into varioufunding shortfalls.
Coffee and COVID: Local roasters trying to stir interest, stay afloat during new era of doing business
"We’ve been in growth mode for so long and planning on opening up two other locations that we were already pre-funding. So, a lot of our cash flow was going to that. So this hit and we were like, oh my god, what do we do?” Greg Buchheister of Coffeebar told the NNBW.
Nevada’s already-slim physician workforce may grow slimmer with patients slow to return to the doctor
A majority of Nevada doctors believe they can only keep their doors open for another 2-6 months unless the volume of patients trickling back into their offices significantly increases, according to the American Medical Association.