Water Pipeline May Exceed $15 Billion

The estimated costs of a water pipeline to serve Las Vegas could exceed $15 billion under a worst-case scenario for project funding.


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Vegas Lawyer Posts Bail In Arson-Suicide Case

A high-profile Las Vegas attorney is out of jail after she was arrested for what authorities say was an arson-suicide scheme involving her former police officer boyfriend.



Reid: Compromise In Hand To Reopen FAA

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration could soon be fully operational again. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says Congress has reached a bipartisan compromise to end the partial shutdown that has idled 74,000 transportation […]

NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT–08/05/2011


‘Carmageddon’ Forcing L.A. Residents To Las Vegas

The nation’s busiest freeway will be closed over the weekend, and we here in Las Vegas could be affected.



County To Lay Off 60 Workers

About 60 Clark County workers will be laid off Friday in the latest round of government cutbacks.

CBS Las Vegas–02/17/2011

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Jobs Bill to be Introduced in Legislature

Legislative Democrats plan to introduce a bill on Monday they say will help provide jobs for construction workers.

CBS Las Vegas–02/11/2011


Construction Workers Rally for Jobs

A group of unemployed construction workers told lawmakers in Carson City they need jobs immediately.

CBS Las Vegas–02/10/2011

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Desert Inn Road To Close For Tunnel Work

A portion of Desert Inn Road will close to traffic overnight this week.  Clark County officials say work is being done to expand the arterial’s tunnel underneath the Vegas Strip.  Desert Inn between Valley View […]

CBS Las Vegas–01/31/2011

Nevada Experiences Steep Drop In Construction Jobs

A new report by the Associated General Contractors of America shows few cities around the country have lost a larger percentage in construction jobs than Nevada’s two largest metropolitan areas over the last year.  


Fewer People File Unemployment Claims

Americans are filing fewer first-time claims for unemployment benefits.