With the Supreme Court conservative majority ruling 6-3 in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and 5-4 to overturn Roe, the landscape of abortion rights in the United States has drastically shifted with some states having expansive protections while others already implemented severe restrictions.
With inflation steadily ramping up its pressure on state residents, many citizens are now re-tightening their wallets once again in preparation for the uncertain future.
Due to mask regulations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, smoking was prohibited in Las Vegas casinos which forced smokers to smoke outside.
Teachers and minimum wage workers alike are currently struggling to afford housing costs in Nevada cities.
Now that the United States Supreme Court has ruled that abortion is no longer a federally protected right and is now dependent on individual states, more attention is on state elected officials and how they approach this divisive issue.
Crocs, Bella + Canvas, Foam of Nevada and Novva Holdings are four companies bringing jobs to Southern Nevada.
Nevada is one of the 15 states with less than 50 colleges or universities, according to a study compiled with data from the Department of Education that measures SAT scores, tuition, and more within states for 2022.
Homeownership has been a valuable symbol of stability and wealth accumulation; especially among young and low income families in Nevada.
Nevada’s tax revenues that fund the state budget are significantly higher than predictions made from the state’s Economic Forum back in May 2021 by 25 percent or around $798.1 million ahead of projections.
While hunting for fossils with students from Montana State University, in the backwoods of Valley of Fire State Park, Joshua Bonde was surprised by a sudden appearance of bones during a hailstorm that had halted their exploration.