Governor And LegislatureCARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval says he's optimistic that Nevada lawmakers will reach a deal to fund the state's budget with only slightly more than a month to go in the state Legislature.
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North Las Vegas Gives Unions UltimatumNorth Las Vegas union workers have been given a choice by city leaders: Accept a settlement or face layoffs.
Henderson Considers Property Tax IncreaseThe Henderson City Council is examining ways to bridge a $19 million annual budget deficit, while funding infrastructure repairs.
Shutdown Impacts Lake Mead, Red RockThe federal government shutdown that began early Tuesday morning is already affecting a popular spot for visitors.
Bethenny Frankel's 8 Questions To Ask When Traveling On A BudgetBethenny Frankel shares an excerpt from Skinnygirl Solutions. If you're traveling on a budget, first ask yourself these eight questions.
Sandoval Erases Pay Cuts, Keeps FurloughsNevada state government and public employee salaries for the next two years are now officially funded.
Lawmakers Pass Many Bills In Final HoursThe 2013 Legislature ended its regular session by passing a number of key bills in one day, including five measures to fund the state budget for the next two years.
Phoenix Mayor Eyes More Spending On Bike ProjectsPhoenix would spend $1.5 million of its state transportation funding on making the city more bicycle friendly if Mayor Greg Stanton gets his way.
Economic Forum Set To Release NumbersNevada's budget battles come into focus when an independent panel meets to forecast how much money the state will receive over the next two years to fund state government.
Nev. Stands To Lose $40M If Fed Cuts LingerNevada stands to lose $40 million in federal dollars if automatic budget cuts set to kick in at midnight Friday extend through September, with most of the hit being taken by education, public safety and some health and human services programs, Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday.