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The kitchen staff at a highly rated noodle house in Las Vegas is going about its business in preparation for the lunch rush.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Nevada's congressional delegation is calling on leaders in Washington to pass financial support for people in the state hit by coronavirus-sparked closures.
Questions for Nevada Rep. Susie Lee and local officials during a tele-town hall Tuesday reflected the palpable anxiety in Southern Nevada — and that was before Nevada announced the closures of non-essential businesses for 30 days.
When it comes to the economy, we all want the same thing: steady employment, living wages and the financial security to not just get by, but thrive. Workforce development is a big part of our country’s economic success, and it will be the focus if we want to succeed moving forward.
The U.S. House on Thursday passed a measure to resuscitate the 1923 Equal Rights Amendment by repealing a long-expired congressional deadline for state ratification.
The Department of Veterans Affairs told Congress Monday that it plans to delay the long-anticipated rollout of a $16 billion electronic health records system that was expected to go live next month.
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan House bill aimed at easing the shortage of child care centers by providing Small Business Administration loans to run them was hailed Thursday by national and state education and children’s advocacy groups as a common-sense solution that will benefit working families.
President Donald Trump Thursday signaled his support may be wavering on building a national nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain after years of including funding for the project in each of his budget recommendations.
Environmental advocates in Nevada want U.S. lawmakers to fully fund a decades-old revenue stream that has contributed more than $100 million to outdoor preservation projects in the state since its inception.
Rep. Susie Lee started her Congressional career in 2019 by being sworn in during the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
At the end of the year, the first-term Democrat voted to impeach the president.