LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Democratic Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed an executive order Tuesday that strengthens protection for people seeking reproductive health care in Nevada. Under the executive order, reproductive services, such as abortion, legally performed in Nevada will be protected through the following: No state agency may provide information, time, money, or other resources […]
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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - Wednesday afternoon, Governor Steve Sisolak officially proclaimed the month of June as Pride Month in Nevada. He presented the proclamation document to the President of Our Center, during a visit to the facility, that serves Northern Nevada’s LGBTQIA+ community. “Having the recognition today helps to...
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has a narrow lead over Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak, according to a poll released one day after his victory in the Republican primary on Tuesday. Lombardo earned 48 percent of Nevada voters’ support, compared to Sisolak’s 47 percent. The Club for Growth poll is the...
Ovation Design & Development Celebrated Grand Opening of Arioso Affordable Senior Apartment Complex — Governor Steve Sisolak and County Commissioner Justin Jones Joined Developers and Finance Leaders to Promote Affordable Housing Solutions —
Ovation Design & Development, a local multi-family housing developer, held the grand opening of Arioso, a 195-unit affordable rental community for qualified low-income seniors in the southwest Las Vegas valley. The complex is part of Ovation’s commitment to provide high-quality living centers, complete with recreational and resident service components, for low-income seniors, many of whom are on fixed incomes.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo won Nevada’s Republican primary for governor Tuesday and will go on to challenge Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak in the general election.
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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak says that in two weeks he’ll lift the state of emergency he declared during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic more than two years ago. In a statement on Friday, the Democrat who’s running for a second term credited the declaration with giving the state flexibility to respond to challenges as they arose. He put a May 20 end date to the statewide emergency he declared March 12, 2020. Most measures including business restrictions and mask mandates have already been lifted. As of this week, state health officials have reported just over 665,000 known cases of COVID-19 and almost 10,800 deaths.
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CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO) - On Thursday, Governor Steve Sisolak visited the Western Nevada College child development center. He spent time with the children and got an inside look at the day-to-day routines of staff and educators. “We are absolutely at full capacity every single day our intake for ouur...
CARSON CITY, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11 Team) — Nevada is trying to expand a need that was highlighted during the pandemic -- lower cost childcare and incentive to keep workers at child care facilities. Governor Sisolak announced a $160 million investment into childcare during his State of...
It’s crucial that Nevada revamp the emergency powers that are granted to our governor (Sunday editorial). Gov. Steve Sisolak still continues to cling to those powers after two long years. I. It says something very unflattering about the governor that he prefers a “one man rules” form of governance....
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has formally filed his candidacy for reelection. The Democrat said Monday he’s proud of the progress the state has made the last three years but he knows “there is more work left to do.” Sisolak was joined by his wife, Kathy, and two daughters during his formal filing in Las Vegas on Monday. It marked the first day of a two-week candidate filing period that closes March 18 in the western swing state of Nevada. Republicans vying for his seat include former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore and Reno attorney Joey Gilbert.