Nevada Health Exchange Wants To Operate As State Based MarketplaceSilver State Health Insurance Exchange wants to transition away from Healthcare.gov to pursue an already proven technology platform and associated consumer assistance center.
CCSD Addresses Student Protests And WalkoutsNevada law requires all children between seven and 18 year old to attend school. Nevada law also requires the district to mark students unexcused and notify their parents if they do not show up to class.
Annual Survey Shows Confidence In Nevada's Economy At A Record HighMore than 87 percent of small business leaders surveyed believe Nevada's economy is headed in the right direction.
Giunchigliani Begins Community TourThroughout the tour, Giunchigliani said she plans to meet with business owners, hold round tables on education, healthcare and economic development.
Nevada ACLU Warns School Districts About Punishing Students Over ProtestsACLU said some school administrators have threatened to ban students from participating in school sports, to withhold students' honor diplomas, or to suspend students who protest gun violence.
NHP Hosting 2nd Annual Candle Light Vigil For Fatal Crash VictimsThe Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) will be honoring the memory of the 59 lives lost in the Nevada Highway Patrol--Southern Command's jurisdiction with a heartfelt ceremony.
AG Laxalt Warns Against So Called "Notario" ScamsThese scams often take advantage of unsuspecting individuals looking for immigration assistance and other legal issues.
AG Laxalt Warns Consumers About Shady Debt Collection PracticesDebt collectors who use robocalling must abide by laws that apply to both debt collection and telephone consumer protection.
2nd Annual, 2nd Chance Race This WeekendSecond Chance 5k, a non-profit group that helps those who suffer from addiction and offers tools to help families cope will be kicking off its signature 5k this Saturday, March 3 in Summerlin.
Study: NV Health Insurance Premiums To Soar In 2019Health insurance premiums are going to go up an average of 15.2 percent in Nevada in 2019, that's the prediction from a report released this week by the Urban Institute.
Learn How To Prevent Fraud During National Consumer Protection WeekEducation and awareness is the best line of defense against becoming a victim of fraud, so that's why the Nevada Consumer Affairs is hosting a free Consumer Fraud Prevention Fair in Las Vegas on March 9 at the Las Vegas Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.
AG Laxalt Joins National Sweep On Elderly FraudThe sweep involves cases from the U.S. Department of Justice, state attorneys general, U.S. attorneys and law enforcement agencies around the country, and cases involve more than 250 defendants who victimized more than a million Americans, most of whom were elderly.