Governor Helps Mark Fiber Optic Service to Rural BeattyThe governor of Nevada joined local school, medical and electric utility officials marking the start of fiber-optic communications in a remote Nye County community where internet service had been spotty and slow.
Sandoval Concerned About Public Pot Lounges, CafesGov. Brian Sandoval is raising concerns about a new opinion by lawyers for the state legislature that says nothing in state law prohibits local governments from allowing marijuana consumption in businesses such as pot lounges and cafes.
Nevada Unemployment Rate in August Bounces Up to 4.9 PercentState officials say growth in the workforce may be behind a slight increase in the Nevada statewide jobless rate in August, to 4.9 percent.
Gore to Give Keynote at US Clean Energy Summit in VegasFormer Vice President Al Gore has agreed to be the keynote speaker at a national clean energy summit in Las Vegas this fall.
New Deal Provides Health Care Coverage for Rural NevadaGov. Brian Sandoval has announced a deal with a Missouri-based company to make sure health insurance is available to 8,000 rural Nevadans who faced the loss of their coverage after Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield pulled out of the state's health care exchange.
Dean Heller Remains the Man to Watch on Health BillHealth care legislation is hanging by a thread in the Senate, and no one is under more pressure than Republican Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada.
Reid, Sandoval to Co-Host Las Vegas Clean Energy SummitA bipartisan team of political leaders in Nevada is planning to host a national conversation on clean energy this fall.
Nevada Officials to Consider Pot Distribution Emergency RuleNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday authorized state regulators to consider an emergency regulation that would allow officials to determine whether the state has enough marijuana distributors to keep its retail shops supplied.
Nevada Prepares to Fight Against Yucca Mountain ProjectNevada officials are moving ahead with efforts to fight the Yucca Mountain project.
Nevada to Force Agencies to Unveil US ReviewsGov. Brian Sandoval plans to require state agencies to disclose all U.S. reviews after he learned from The Associated Press about problems at rural public health clinics that have cost the state hundreds of thousands of federal dollars over the past two years.
Sandoval Insists Execs Work to Keep Rural Nevadans InsuredGov. Brian Sandoval wrote to four industry executives on Friday, calling them to his office and insisting they work with state officials to find a solution.
Sandoval Names Former Henderson Mayor to County CommissionA former Henderson mayor who once ran as a Democrat for governor is being named to replace a Clark County commissioner who announced last week she's resigning.