Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is warning state residents they may lose some federally funded benefits if the government shutdown continues.
State officials say a backlog of jobless benefits is being cleared as a new computer system comes online.
Initial claims for unemployment in Nevada fell 5 percent in July from the same month last year, marking the eighth straight month that the claims dropped year-over-year.
Nearly 25,000 Nevadans are being notified that their jobless benefits will be cut off after this week unless Congress acts by Tuesday to extend federal emergency unemployment compensation.
Plenty of unemployed Nevadans have run out of benefits.
Tomorrow marks the end of jobless benefits for about 5500 Nevadans.
Thousands of long-term unemployed Nevadans will lose their extended benefits next month.
If you get jobless benefits, you’ll have to follow some new rules.
Controversial legislation to extend all the Bush-era tax cuts heads to President Obama’s desk today.
Americans are filing fewer first-time claims for unemployment benefits.