Nevada urges caution on open range

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After a collision on Toll Road in south Reno, the Nevada Department of Agriculture officials urge motorists to use extreme caution when driving in the Virginia Range area. The collision took place at night last week and involved two vehicles and … [Read more...]

AG for a Day

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Congressman Challenges Students to Create Next Pokémon Go

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U.S. Representative Cresent Hardy (NV-4) announced his office is accepting entries from students residing in Nevada’s Fourth Congressional District for the 2016 Congressional App Challenge sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives and the … [Read more...]

Health District reports second St. Louis Encephalitis case

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The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting the second human case of St. Louis Encephalitis in Clark County. The individual is male, 50 years of age or older, and did not have the more serious neuroinvasive form of the disease. The Health … [Read more...]

Air Quality Advisory Issued Today and Thursday for Smoke and Ozone Due to Wildfires

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Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ) has issued an advisory for today, Aug. 24, and Thursday, Aug. 25, for potentially elevated levels of ozone and smoke due to multiple wildfires burning in Southern California. Air Quality officials say … [Read more...]

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The Nevada Division of Insurance launches digital campaign to encourage consumers to be more involved in the health insurance rate review process

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CARSON CITY, NV- The Nevada Division of Insurance is pleased to announce the launch of its “Proposed Rates” digital campaign  encouraging Nevadans to review and comment on the proposed health insurance rates for  2017. The campaign launched … [Read more...]

Weather Update for July 4 Festivities

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NDOT Forecasts Heavy Traffic During

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LAS VEGAS, NEV. – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) anticipates heavy traffic during Independence Day weekend in Las Vegas. An estimated 330,000 visitors are expected in Southern Nevada from July 3 through July 5, with 60 percent … [Read more...]

BLM Returns to Work in Gold Butte

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is moving forward with plans to resume work in southern Nevada’s Gold Butte region. The Gold Butte area contains important habitat for Desert Tortoise and other species, and is home to world-renowned rock art and … [Read more...]