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The drive to southern California will soon include a new stop, once a massive highway project, called the Joint Port of Entry -- just over the Nevada border -- is complete.
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On Friday, March 21, 2014 from 1 to 6 p.m., Nevadans are invited to be a part of history and attend the Battle Born Birthday Cake Celebration taking place at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center.
Nevada's senators ended up on the losing side of a months-long fight to change the way the military prosecutes cases of sexual assault.
Lt. Col. Warren Rapp, who was raised in Reno, has been selected to lead the Program Management Office for the Nevada Institute of Autonomous systems at Reno-Stead Airport.
"I'm proud of the great work our Consumer Services and Enforcement section have done," Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper said in a statement.
Assemblywoman Lucy Flores announces her candidacy for Nevada lieutenant governor during an event on March 1 at the College of Southern Nevada's Cheyenne campus in North Las Vegas.
State police and transportation officials are launching a drive to tell Nevada motorists to pay attention to red lights and stop signs.
In a divided Congress, President Barack Obama's proposed $3.9 trillion budget is all but guaranteed to be greatly revised before fiscal 2015 rolls around in October.
As Nevada's embattled health insurance exchange continues to suffer from glitches and other issues, the state says replacing system provider Xerox is easier said than done.
Interstate 15 in Nevada south of Las Vegas has more fatal auto accidents than many other highways in the country, prompting law enforcement officials to announce a program aimed at eliminating deadly car accidents on I-15, an initiative praised by Las Vegas personal injury lawyer Ruth L. Cohen of Cohen & Padda, LLP.
Nevada's Department of Motor Vehicles Monday debuts a system that addresses the dreaded long wait in line at a DMV office: "Dash Pass" , a system that allows drivers to get a place in line by going online ahead of time.
The Senate last week narrowly failed to pass a $21 billion bill that would have boosted health care, education and job-training benefits for veterans in Nevada and throughout the nation.
LAS VEGAS Assemblywoman Lucy Flores announced her candidacy Saturday in the high-stakes race for Nevada lieutenant governor, pledging to be a voice for the middle class.