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Nevada's Favorite Dog Breed Is Also The National Favorite. Nevadans, and the rest of America, clearly favor a certain type of dog breed. Does your pooch fit the profile? By Lucas Thomas, Patch Staff | Mar 28, 2018 6:54 pm ET ...
LAS VEGAS, NV - For the fifth consecutive year, the three most popular types of dogs held their spots on the American Kennel Club's annual list ranking the most popular dog breeds. Labrador Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Golden Retrievers were ranked 1-2-3 respectively on the 2017 list, as they ...

More Nevadans are dying from Alzheimer's disease, a worrisome trend given the state is expected to see sharp growth in the number of residents suffering from the progressive neurological disorder, according to a new report from the Alzheimer's Association. According to the group's 2018 Facts and ...
“We're a small nonprofit; people in Nevada don't know who we are, but because of this platform, we're easily able to get some publicity and get our name out there,” said Erica Mosca, the CEO and founder of Leaders in Training. “It's a nice thing for nonprofits — it's not competitive, it's about the community.”.
While UNR is on spring break, Nevada's two wins last week have been good for business. She said hot sellers are mini basketballs and all Nevada basketball t-shirts. She said there was only a handful of Sweet 16 shirts still left. Silver and Blue Outfitters said it had to close its Meadowood Mall location for a ...
Nevadans with past misdemeanor pot convictions can have their records sealed away, but the Clark County district attorney isn't ready to wave a magic wand to make it happen. “I'm not going to take an active role in seeking the vacation or seeking the dismissals,” Clark County District Attorney Steve ...

According to the Urban Institute, artificial inflation could push premiums to jump by 15.2 percent for tens of thousands of Nevadans in the individual insurance market this fall. Health care advocates repeatedly warned Trump about the devastating economic toll his plan would have on families, but he ignored ...
Meth-related deaths in Nevada have nearly quadrupled since 2008 and are on pace to outnumber opioid-related deaths, according to state data analyzed by the Reno Gazette Journal. The explosion in meth-related deaths comes more than a decade after Congress and law enforcement clamped down on ...
Mayra Macias, political director of the Latino Victory Fund, during the American Dream Project, an immigrant candidate training seminar, at the Asian Community Development Council headquarters in Las Vegas, Saturday, March 3, 2018. Erik Verduzco Las Vegas Review-Journal @Erik_Verduzco.
But facts are facts. It's been just over two months since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act became law, and already more than 350 companies, including many that employ thousands of Nevadans, announced they will be giving their workers bonuses, pay raises or enhanced benefits as a direct result of the new law.
LAS VEGAS - The Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots combined reached $1 billion Friday, but if you're in Nevada, you'll have to go out of state to buy a ticket. Nevada is only one of five states without a lottery system. That's why Nevadans often flock to California or Arizona to buy tickets. Americans ...
Nevadans are being urged to test their homes for radon, and free test kits will be available statewide starting Jan. 2. January is National Radon Action Month, and University of Nevada Cooperative Extension's Radon Education Program is offering free short-term radon test kits from Jan. 2 through Feb. 28.
The possibility that the federal government might crack down on states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use has drawn response from across Nevada's political spectrum. "Since Nevada voters approved the legalization of recreational marijuana in 2016, I have called for a well-regulated, ...
A Nevada man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 12 years in prison for distribution of child pornography, the Justice Department said. U.S. District Judge Howard McKibben sentenced Daniel O'Brien, 27, to 151 months in prison and a lifetime of supervision after his release, the justice department ...
For once, Nevadans can't wait to give money to the government. For once, the government doesn't want it. Treasurers in the state's two largest counties say they've had to turn down residents who want to prepay next year's property taxes before a new federal law limits how much they can deduct from their ...
Like Americans nationwide, Nevadans were more likely to die from heart disease or cancer in 2016 than other causes. But one cause of death in the Silver State stands out compared with national trends: suicide. The number of suicides increased by 13 percent from 2015 to 2016, according to data ...
President Donald Trump predicted the Affordable Care Act would “implode,” but a record number of Nevadans signed up for health insurance this year through the state's exchange during a shortened enrollment period, it was reported Thursday. Nearly 91,000 Nevadans enrolled in coverage for 2018 ...

More Nevadans have health insurance now than four years ago, largely as a result of the state's expansion of Medicaid, but most aren't getting better care because of prohibitive costs, a new study finds. The percent of adults who went without care due to cost remained largely unchanged in the upper teens ...
It has been seven years since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. Despite constant changes creating hurdle after hurdle, staff at the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, Nevada's state agency that helps individuals obtain affordable health coverage, has continued to press forward. Our small ...
Nevadans have until Friday to enroll in a health insurance plan through the Affordable Care Act exchange after federal officials denied a request to extend the state's sign-up period. Heather Korbulic, executive director of the Nevada Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, wrote to the federal Centers for ...
The state was forced to borrowed some $773 million from the feds to cover unemployment benefits for out-of-work Nevadans. Nevada has since created more than 245,000 new jobs, unemployment has dropped to 5 percent, and as of Dec. 1 — nearly seven years after taking the loan — the debt to the ...
When Lisa Eriksen wants a break from town life she heads to the Ruby Mountains near Elko, a range that's been called the Swiss Alps of Nevada. Eriksen, who has a botany degree, relishes the range as an alpine oasis where she can find plants such as the meadow rue, a flowering plant that can't survive ...
The Senate passed a major "tax reform bill" on Saturday morning, the likes of which haven't been seen since the Reagan era. This tax bill barely made it through. Unlike the 1986 tax bill, which passed with bipartisan support, this bill had zero votes from the Democrats, and only passed by one vote.
The bulk of Nevada's congressional delegation and national Democratic leaders on Friday condemned U.S. Rep. Ruben Kihuen in the wake of reports that he sexually harassed a former campaign staffer. BuzzFeed News reported Friday that Kihuen, a 37-year-old freshman Democrat elected to the U.S. ...
... as you can get. We understand your priorities — because we share them. We live and work in Nevada, and Anthem is dedicated to transforming the state's health care with trusted and caring solutions. It's our honor to support organizations that are there for Nevadans, now and for generations to come.
In Nevada, an estimated 1.6 million people spent a total of $531.5 million on gifts, decorations, and other merchandise over the Thanksgiving holiday and Cyber Monday, according to a report by the Retail Association of Nevada. During the Thanksgiving shopping period, Nevadans took advantage of the ...
Nevada's own Senator Dean Heller has been front and center in his commitment to an anti-choice agenda, from sponsoring abortion bans to ...
Our state's diverse energy efficiency sector employs more than 15,000 Nevadans, according to a 2016 study, but proposed budget cuts ...
The Senate's tax relief bill is good for Nevada's middle-class families. Here's why. First, the Senate's version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ...
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — Nevada congressman Ruben Kihuen is helping spread the word to Nevadans to sign up for healthcare.
Nevadans who reported to Western Union or to the Office of the Nevada Attorney General that they had been the victim of a scam while using ...
A Western Nevada College construction class is given a tour of a job site by Garrett Kooyers from K.G. Walters Construction.
That question may be particularly relevant to Southern Nevadans in the aftermath of the Oct. 1 shooting on the Strip. Now, having seen two ...
Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev., says the House tax cut plan is a starting point but he needs to study it in detail before supporting it. "Now that we ...
Rising 7,000 feet above the floor of the Great Basin desert, the Rubies are a majestic sky island harboring robust populations of Nevada's most ...
Despite the Trump administration's promise to repeal the policy, Obamacare is still the law of the land. Now is your chance to sign up. By Daniel ...
A driver stops to work the new parking gates at the Linq hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Thursday, March 30, 2017. (Brett Le Blanc/Las Vegas ...
He wanted to see the parade march through Carson City in celebration of Nevada's 153rd birthday. It was a family tradition. Nevada Day means ...
Thousands of Nevadans, some of them in their 50s, could soon become newly minted high school graduates after the state decided that ...
The suit filed Monday in U.S. District Court also seeks to strike down Nevada's recall laws, which do not require any cause or justification for a ...
The head of the Silver State Health Exchange says President Trump's decision to cancel Cost Sharing Reduction subsidies to insurance ...
Nevadans for Background Checks sent Gov. Brian Sandoval a legal argument in June, following up on an earlier conversation with a staffer in ...
CARSON CITY — The state exchange that helps 89,000 low-income Nevadans obtain health insurance is being hit with federal cutbacks that ...
If Auburn Harrison didn't live in Reno, she wouldn't hesitate for a moment to move back to her childhood home in downtown Napa. So far, her ...
Gov. Brian Sandoval speaks at Metropolitan Police Department headquarters in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017. (Chase Stevens/Las ...
Families from California to Tennessee to Canada are going through the grim steps of recovering the bodies of their loved ones who died during ...
Nevada's recent politics suggest just how difficult it can be for states to enact gun control measures -- even when a majority of citizens favor ...
The scene of the attack was very much a part of Nevada's culture and economy. A good time in a state that knows how to throw a great party.
The data breach of credit reporting firm Equifax Inc. affects about 1.2 million Nevadans, the state's attorney general's office said Wednesday.
They could also let insurers go back to excluding key services, like mental health and substance use treatment, that so many Nevadans rely on.


 

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