Nevada authorized spending another $3.5 million Tuesday for a private contractor to meet work change orders needed as the state prepares to roll out its health insurance exchange in three weeks.
Nevada’s governor is telling the federal government the state doesn’t want highly radioactive waste of the type that could be used to build a “dirty bomb” buried in a shallow pit at the former national nuclear proving ground north of Las Vegas.
The government purchases $4 billion worth of soda through the food stamp program every year, and that soda is making people sick.
Federal wildlife managers have been working to return the endangered Mexican gray wolf to the American Southwest for the past 15 years. Every now and then, there’s a genetic hiccup.
If the federal government shuts down at midnight tonight, the effects could be felt here in the Las Vegas area.
Two are better than one. And the federal government is hoping that maxim holds true when it comes to fending off potential cyber attacks.