Gov. Sandoval Teams Up To Stop Human TraffickingGovernor Brian Sandoval together in partnership with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles are meeting with Department of Homeland Security to bring awareness to human trafficking in Nevada.
Heavy Holiday Enforcement Putting The Brakes On Impaired DriversMore than 26 law enforcement agencies are "Joining Forces" between December 18 and January 2, 2018 targeting impaired drivers.
Valley Gas Prices Dropping In Time For HolidaysLas Vegas drivers are paying about 4 cents less in December than they did in November, and drivers in Reno, are paying nearly 12 cents less for gas.
Nevada Groups Rally In Support Of Climate AccordThe Nevada Conservation League said the Silver State is again seeing damaging wildfires, which are exacerbated by higher than average temperatures.
Quit Smoking For One Day With The Great American SmokeoutThe Southern Nevada Health District encourages smokers to take up the challenge and quit for one day and take steps to commit to a long-term plan to quit for good.
CCCN And UNLV Team Up For Cancer Awareness MonthComprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada is teaming up with UNLV, placing tobacco drop-off bins around campus.
Open Enrollment Period For Health Care Coverage Begins WednesdayTo help make the most informed decisions possible, the Nevada Division of Insurance encourages consumers to streamline their health insurance research process.
School Improvement Grants Helping Nevada EducationNevadans helped the Department of Education narrow in on three strategies designed to help Nevada become the fastest improving state in the nation.
Groups Rally Over President Trump's Vegas VisitNevadans are calling for meaningful action at both the state and federal level from both Attorney General Adam Laxalt and Senator Dean Heller to prevent another senseless tragedy.
Equifax Breach Affecting 1.2 Million NevadansThe A-G's office said to use caution if you think your are being notified by Equifax about this breach. Communications received by email may be fraud by email may be fraudulent.
Census: Incomes Up, But Financial Inequality Still Plagues NevadaAccording the the Census Bureau, almost 14 percent of Nevadans live below the federal poverty level, but that's an improvement over last year and is a little better than the national average, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
SNAP Experience Challenges People To Live On $4 A DayFor one week, participants should spend no more than $4 per day on food (or $28 per week) declining items that are not available to individuals dependent on SNAP, such as free meals, prepared foods, alcohol and fast food.