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Bond rollover, prevailing wage bill fails committee vote

A Nevada Assembly committee has failed to pass a bill that would extend school construction bonds and suspend prevailing wage requirements for school projects.

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4,000 attend Jerry Tarkanian tribute in Las Vegas arena
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, spared no effort to honor Jerry Tarkanian at a public tribute Sunday in the Las Vegas arena where he coached.
(MGNOnline.com)
Nevada Supreme Court denies high roller's appeal over debts
The Nevada Supreme Court has denied an appeal by a California high roller accused of failing to pay $384,000 in gambling debts to four Las Vegas casinos.
Newmont settling suit in 2011 death at Nevada gold mine
A lawyer for the Utah family of a contract worker killed in an accident at a Nevada gold mine in 2011 says they've settled a wrongful death suit with Newmont USA subject to a judge's final approval.
(mgnonline.com)
American skier Ganong faces new challenge: college
Two months after winning his first World Cup victory, American skier Travis Ganong is facing a new challenge.
Lawmakers revisit allowing concealed guns at campuses
Nevada Republicans are proposing a bill that would allow concealed weapon permit holders to bring guns on school grounds.
Nevada pulls away from San Jose State, 62-51
AJ West scored 17 points — 13 of which came from the free throw line — and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Nevada to a 62-51 victory over San Jose State on Saturday, snapping the Wolfpack's three-game losing skid and extending the Spartans' to 18 straight.
Storm brings snow to Sierra, headaches to mountain motorists
A storm brought much-needed snow to the drought-stricken Sierra Nevada and caused major headaches for mountain travelers on Saturday.
Permit for medical marijuana shop approved in Carson City
Despite opposition, Carson City planning commissioners have approved a special use permit for a medical marijuana dispensary.
(MGN Online)
Inmate dies at Northern Nevada Correctional Center
An inmate serving time for possession of a stolen vehicle in Clark County has died at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City.
Interior secretary signs water agreement for northern Nevada
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has signed an agreement to end longstanding water disputes between the federal government and the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation on the Nevada-Idaho border.

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