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Nonprofit startup incubator StartUpNV plans to launch an annual investor conference in Southern Nevada using a $300,000 federal grant.

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Raiders specialty Nevada license plate to go on sale next year

Fans of the silver and black in the Silver State will be able to kick off the new year by officially representing their favorite NFLteam.

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US to ease drilling restrictions that protect sage grouse

The Trump administration moved forward Thursday with plans to ease restrictions on oil and natural gas drilling and other activities across millions of acres in the American West, including in Nevada, that were put in place to protect the imperiled greater sage grouse.

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The Ladder: Former Nevada Assemblywoman joins Workforce Connections

Former Nevada Assemblywoman Irene Bustamante Adams is the new chief strategy officer for Workforce Connections, Southern Nevada’s local workforce development board.

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Dead brothel owner Dennis Hof’s replacement chosen for Assembly seat

The Nye County commission voted 4-1 to nominate Gregory Hafen II, who was also selected this week by the commissions of Lincoln and Clark counties, to take the Nevada Assembly 36 seat won by Denis Hof, the brothel owner who died before Election Day.

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Summerlin dancer, 10, had long resume before ‘The Nutcracker’

Camilla Srinarayana of Summerlin was 3 when she started dancing. At 8, she took the stage in front of almost 2,000 people in the Nevada Ballet Theatre’s production of “Sleeping Beauty” at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.

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Sen. Mo Denis details his plans, goals for Nevada education

The top priority for Nevada education is overhauling the Nevada Plan, according to Sen. Mo Denis, who will chair the Senate Education Committee.

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Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory ahead of economic impact expectations

Tesla’s investment has “permanently changed the economic landscape of the area,” serving as a catalyst for additional development and increasing the demand for housing, retail and other services by bringing in new workers.

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