Lovelock's Dog Grooming Shop, "Pampered Pooch" - Pampers Pooches and their Humans
It's a big deal when a new business opens in Lovelock. If it stays open for 23 years like "Pampered Pooch" on 940 Cornell Avenue, it's front-page news. The full-service dog grooming salon offers baths, nail trims, and cuts. Be sure to check out their boutique. It's tiny but well-stocked with accessories like doggie apparel, collars, and leashes.
Step Inside the Highest Observation Wheel in America
We are stepping inside the highest observation wheel in America and we are taking you with us. See what it's like to experience the High Roller in Las Vegas Nevada. What's your favorite observation wheel? Follow us for more great adventures!
A Huge Delay in California Was Caused By a Crash of Two Semi Trucks
It was just inside the California border after Primm, Nevada. Travelers who were going from Utah or Las Vegas to California on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, encountered a massive traffic jam as they entered California just past Primm, Nevada.
Son of co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing admits guilt in the robbery in Nevada
A 67-year-old jeweler was lured to a vacant home by Joshua Isaac Nichols and another man, who are accused of robbing him of cash, jewelry, and other items while holding him at gunpoint.
FTC steps in to help Nevadans combat soaring fraud rates
LAS VEGAS, NV. - Nevada, known for its glittering casinos and high-stakes gambling, faces a different kind of gambling as it ranks among the top five states with the highest rates of identity theft and fraud per capita. The stakes are higher than ever, and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is stepping in to help Nevadans identify, avoid, and report these wily con artists.
The Bernie World Takeover of the Nevada Democratic Party Veers Terribly Off Course
Progressives all over the country were ecstatic when Bernie Sanders' supporters seized control of the Nevada Democratic Party two years ago. Over the weekend, a group of socialist Democrats who backed Sen.
Nevada retains honor of nation's highest unemployment rate for second consecutive month
CARSON CITY, NV. - For the second month in a row, Nevada retains its position as the state with the highest unemployment rate in the nation. According to the January statistics released by the Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR), the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stands at 5.5 percent, the same as December's.
The David and Goliath Story of Louis Koorndyk and Clark County
At the heart of the ongoing battle between Clark County, Nevada, and its citizens lies a story of a man who stood up for his rights as a business owner. Louis Koorndyk is an entrepreneur who runs a rental business in Las Vegas, providing short-term rentals to visitors. In 2017, Clark County passed an ordinance that threatened to put Louis out of business—but he refused to back down. Let’s take a closer look at the ordinance, its impact on Louis’s business, and his fight against the county government.
Nevada Families Struggle as SNAP Benefits Decrease
Many families in Nevada rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to make ends meet. This federal program provides eligible households with assistance to purchase food and other essentials. However, this month, many families were shocked to find that their SNAP benefits have been reduced. The reason for this is due to the expiration of an emergency COVID-19 provision that had increased SNAP benefits called the EA provision.
Rising inflation negatively affects food security in Southern Nevada
Inflation has increased significantly in recent months, affecting many aspects of daily life. One of the areas that have been most affected is food security. In Southern Nevada, people are struggling to afford basic groceries due to rising food prices.
Ron DeSantis Sparks Presidential Run Speculation with Visit to Las Vegas
Are you a conservative Republican who's been reading on potential presidential candidates for the 2024 election? Well, you're in luck because Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is scheduled to visit Las Vegas this weekend as part of his "blueprint for freedom" speaking tour! DeSantis will be the "special guest" speaker at an event called "The Florida Blueprint" on Saturday, March 11th at Stoney's Rockin' Country.
Summerlin Parkway: Long-Term Lane Restriction Alert
If you frequently use State Route 613 (Summerlin Parkway) in Las Vegas, Nevada, you might have noticed the ongoing improvement project that started last month. The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is making several improvements to enhance the safety, mobility, landscaping, and aesthetics along the corridor between Buffalo Dr. and CC-215. While these improvements are much needed, they also come with a long-term lane restriction that you need to be aware of.
Federal appeals court denies injunction to stop largest US lithium mine
RENO, NV. - Nevada conservationists and tribes have expressed concern that the largest lithium mine in the United States was approved hastily to produce raw materials for electric vehicle batteries. However, on Wednesday, a federal appeals court denied a request for an emergency injunction to halt the project.
Nevada Shoppers Takes a Hit as Major Chains Shut Down Stores
It seems that every day another retail store closes down. Unfortunately, retailers continue to be hit hard in the United States as consumers move to online shopping, and Nevada has had its fair share of store closures.
Nevada Residents Still Need to Get a REAL ID Driver's License by May 7, 2025 - 30% of the State Still Needs to Sign Up
Nevada's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) prominently features a major website that says, "Go Far With the Star." They are referring to the need for Nevada residents to get a REAL ID driver's license by May 7, 2025, in order to be able to board planes then.
Valley of Fire State Park
Hidden gem you must visit when you are in Nevada.
Nevada experiences wet winter despite worst drought in 1,200 Years
CARSON CITY, NV. - Although experts assert that the Western United States is experiencing the worst drought in 1,200 years, some parts of the region are experiencing a wetter winter, including Nevada. Despite the wet weather, Environmental Defense Action Fund associate vice president of regional affairs Kevin Moran warns that climate change drives and accelerates lower water levels in the Colorado River Basin.
Court Decision Will Protect Nevada Consumers from Insurance Rate Hikes
State Supreme Court says consumer credit ratings should not cause insurance prices to rise. The Nevada Supreme Court has upheld a temporary ban on insurance rate hikes based on a consumer's credit rating.
Nevada Legislature introduces bill to improve identification for drivers with autism
CARSON CITY, NV. - Nevada is considering a new bill requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to add a special designation to the driver's licenses of individuals with autism. The bill, A.B. 161, was introduced by Assemblyman Miller on February 14, 2023, and is now being referred to the Committee on Growth and Infrastructure for review.