Silver State Leads Nation In Job GrowthNevada has the fastest private sector job growth in the United States at 3.6 percent. The state has added 40,000 jobs relative to the first quarter of 2016.
EPA Cuts Harmful To Nevada Air QualityThe Environmental Defense Fund is worried that the quality of Nevada's air and water would diminish, that's if President Trump's proposed 30 percent cut to the E-P-A's budget is approved.
Congresswoman Rosen Toured U.S. Vets InitiativeThe Congresswoman also discussed her efforts to support veterans in Congress. U.S. Vets operates two residential facilities and a community support office.
EMILY'S List Endorses Jacky Rosen For U.S. SenateEMILY's List president believes Rosen will do a better job for the people of Nevada than Dean Heller will.
Nevada Pot Shops Follow Rules During 1st Recreational SalesPot shops are high on money, after recreational pot sales became legal in the Silver State on Saturday, when thousands of people swarmed stores to purchase up to an ounce.
Construction Jobs In Nevada Up From Last YearConstruction jobs in southern Nevada, which include Las Vegas, Henderson and Paradise are up 16% from April 2016 to April of 2017.
NHP Emphasizing Speed Enforcement For Memorial Day WeekendNHP hosting its second annual Memorial Day Weekend Primm Enforcement with CHP.
Silver State On Dangerous Roads ListStudy: NV comes in ranked 27th on dangerous road list.
Another Low National Ranking For NevadaThe personal finance website Wallet Hub recently released the numbers, and ranked Nevada 49th or 3rd worse in the United States.
Critic Denounces Efforts To Revive RepositoryIllinois Congressman John Shimkus is denouncing efforts to revive the nuclear repository at Yucca Mountain.
Nevada Small Businesses Confident In State's Economy77 percent of those surveyed feel optimistic, compared to 61.5 percent a year ago.
Nevada Unemployment Rate Dips to 10 Year LowNevada's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 4.9 percent in February, the first time it has been below 5 percent since November 2007. The jobless rate ticked down one-tenth of a percentage point from January, from 5 percent.