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Wronged by a licensed contractor? Nevada has a fund for that
And it just awarded nearly $400,000 to homeowners Kelly Lange thought she did everything right. The Las Vegas homeowner knew she should use a licensed contractor for a planned kitchen remodel. She picked an established company, checked their online reviews, and made sure their license and bonding was current.
Henderson shelter has fraction of staff needed to care for animals
The City of Henderson, which bills itself as a premier city, employs two kennel workers to care for as many as 160 animals a day at its aging shelter, and just one kennel attendant on Sunday when the shelter is closed, the Henderson Police Department said in response to questions submitted by the Current. The department oversees the shelter.
NV Energy not looking out for customers, say energy industry reps
NV Energy is failing to get the best deals for its customers, resulting in higher than necessary rates, according to experts who say compared with other electric utilities in the west, the company is lagging in leveraging the lowest-cost, and most environmentally friendly options.
SOS announces appointments for sidewalk vending task force
Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguilar announced appointments for a task force to recommend regulations for sidewalk vendors on Wednesday.
Gaming Analytics Inc partners with Station Casinos to pave the way for AI driven gaming experience
Gaming Analytics Inc, a premier provider of AI solutions for the casino gaming industry has entered into a comprehensive, multi-year partnership with Station Casinos LLC ("Station Casinos"), the leading provider of gaming and entertainment to the residents of Las Vegas, Nevada. This enterprise-wide integration will encompass all properties of Station Casinos, highlighting a deep commitment to enriching the gaming landscape.
American Battery Technology Company Announces Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Facility in Nevada
American Battery Technology Company, an integrated critical battery materials company that is commercializing its technologies for both primary battery minerals manufacturing and secondary minerals lithium-ion battery recycling, announced the operational start-up of its commercial-scale, lithium-ion battery recycling facility located in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) in McCarran, Nevada, initiating implementation of its first-of-kind lithium-ion battery recycling technologies at an industrial scale.
Street food vendors are ‘open for business’ said NV governor; Clark County disagrees
A video showing a violent confrontation between police and a street food vendor near the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign has exposed significant holes in the implementation of a bill meant to bring the iconic retailers out of the shadows.
Lombardo assures street vendors police are on their side
In a bill signing ceremony Tuesday, Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo praised legislation decriminalizing street vendors in classic conservative terms: “entrepreneurship” and reducing regulatory burdens for small businesses.
NV Energy wants Las Vegans to subsidize wealthier Northern Nevadans
Rate scheme incentivizes waste, expense padding by utility, say experts
NV Energy is asking regulators to saddle ratepayers with more than $30 million in expenses the company chalks up to preventing damage from natural disasters, including what experts deem wasteful spending, such as lavish dinners and an outreach event at a Lake Tahoe casino that cost $5,222 and drew ten people.
Not quite a home run, but Oakland A’s still manage to score $380m Vegas deal
Wednesday brought to an end an eight-day special session that approved $380 million in public assistance for a proposed $1.5 billion, 30,000-seat, 9-acre baseball stadium for the Oakland A’s on the Las Vegas Strip.

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