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Nevada Gets $690K in Federal Funds to Fight Zika VirusNevada will get $690,000 in federal funds to fight the spread of the Zika virus and manage local cases.
Nevada Unemployment Rate Inches Up AgainNevada's monthly unemployment rate saw another slight uptick.
Feds Extend Comment Period on Nevada Race Through MonumentThe U.S. Bureau of Land Management is extending the public comment period on a proposal to run part of an off-road desert race through a new national monument in Nevada amid complaints the agency rigged the process to approve the route over the objections of conservationists.
Nevada Unemployed Rate Inches Up AgainNevada's monthly unemployment rate saw another slight uptick.
Guest Jim Hartman on Vote No to Question 2Heidi Harris welcomes Jim Hartman to discuss the approaching vote on question 2, the legalization of marijuana in Nevada.
The Pitfalls of Marijuana LegalizationAs Nevada inches closer towards the legalization of marijuana Heidi Harris discusses the negative impacts of the decision.
Suspected Bomber Had Nursing License Revoked Before AttackIn the year before a suspected bomber set off two explosions targeting his former boss in a rural Nevada town, the former hospital nurse had disciplinary issues reported at work that eventually lead to his license being revoked.
For Nevada Ground Game, GOP Take Cues From Obama StrategyRepublicans who hope to win in battleground Nevada are taking cues from a strategy that helped President Barack Obama win the state twice.
Nevada Sex Offender List Case Off Las Vegas Court DocketA state court in Las Vegas won't hear arguments about a sex offender registry until the Nevada Supreme Court considers constitutional questions raised by lawyers representing 17 unnamed plaintiffs.
Nevada Juniors' ACT Scores Remain Flat, Low for 2nd YearOnly 10 percent of Nevada's high school juniors are considered college-ready in four core subjects based on their ACT test scores.
SNWA Newest "Angel" is an Interesting Guy!Southern Nevada Water Authority started a new ad campaign this summer featuring Joe (J.R.) Gennuso with the slogan "Be an angel. Don't water on Sundays." J.R. is featured standing in a yard donning a leather motorcycle vest and proudly displaying his tattoos. Critics are finding this ad problematic because in 2008 J.R. was found guilty of felony battery and later sentenced three years probation for being involved in a bloody bar brawl.
Nevada Gets $5M as Part of Settlements With VolkswagenNevada expects to get $5.3 million from Volkswagen to settle allegations that the carmaker cheated on emissions tests and put highly polluting cars on the road.

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