Nevada Birthday Belt Buckle DebutsSesquicentennial belt buckles marking Nevada's 150th birthday as a state, have made their debut, and will soon be available for purchase at Nevada 150 events around the state.
Roadblock Of State Highway Funds
State Health Exchange Has Enrolled 35,000Thousands more people have enrolled for health coverage in the past month through Nevada's insurance exchange but problems persist.
No Adjustment In Nevada Minimum WageThe state Labor Commissioner says there will be no adjustment in the Nevada minimum wage this year.
Nevada Taxable Sales Up AgainSales were up 4.1 percent in Clark County in January, and up 2.1 percent statewide.
Nevada Gets $18m For Conservation Nevada will receive federal money to fund wildlife and conservation projects.
Driving 400 Miles For A Piece Of CakeA birthday cake is the centerpiece of the latest Nevada statehood ceremony, set for Friday in Carson City
Medical Pot Health Regs Approved Nevada's administrator of public health has approved regulations detailing how medical marijuana will be managed and regulated.
Medical Pot Lawyers Seek ProtectionsAttorneys are seeking guidelines from the Nevada Supreme Court for their work on behalf of medical marijuana dispensaries.
Nevada University Offers 'Drone Degrees,' State Looks To Be Center Of Robot IndustryUniversities are offering degrees in drone design, research and production across the country as engineering students at the University of Nevada, Reno prepare for their future in robotic flight careers.
State Settles Inmate Backlog Case State officials have reached a settlement that aims to reduce the backlog of mentally ill inmates waiting for treatment.
Shackled, Pregnant Inmate Gets $130,000Valerie Nabors was shackled before and during delivery when she gave birth while jailed