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Nevada's Favorite Dog Breed Is Also The National Favorite. Nevadans, and the rest of America, clearly favor a certain type of dog breed. Does your pooch fit the profile? By Lucas Thomas, Patch Staff | Mar 28, 2018 6:54 pm ET ...

LAS VEGAS, NV - For the fifth consecutive year, the three most popular types of dogs held their spots on the American Kennel Club's annual list ranking the most popular dog breeds. Labrador Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Golden Retrievers were ranked 1-2-3 respectively on the 2017 list, as they ...
More Nevadans are dying from Alzheimer's disease, a worrisome trend given the state is expected to see sharp growth in the number of residents suffering from the progressive neurological disorder, according to a new report from the Alzheimer's Association. According to the group's 2018 Facts and ...
“We're a small nonprofit; people in Nevada don't know who we are, but because of this platform, we're easily able to get some publicity and get our name out there,” said Erica Mosca, the CEO and founder of Leaders in Training. “It's a nice thing for nonprofits — it's not competitive, it's about the community.”.
While UNR is on spring break, Nevada's two wins last week have been good for business. She said hot sellers are mini basketballs and all Nevada basketball t-shirts. She said there was only a handful of Sweet 16 shirts still left. Silver and Blue Outfitters said it had to close its Meadowood Mall location for a ...
Nevadans with past misdemeanor pot convictions can have their records sealed away, but the Clark County district attorney isn't ready to wave a magic wand to make it happen. “I'm not going to take an active role in seeking the vacation or seeking the dismissals,” Clark County District Attorney Steve ...
According to the Urban Institute, artificial inflation could push premiums to jump by 15.2 percent for tens of thousands of Nevadans in the individual insurance market this fall. Health care advocates repeatedly warned Trump about the devastating economic toll his plan would have on families, but he ignored ...
Meth-related deaths in Nevada have nearly quadrupled since 2008 and are on pace to outnumber opioid-related deaths, according to state data analyzed by the Reno Gazette Journal. The explosion in meth-related deaths comes more than a decade after Congress and law enforcement clamped down on ...
Mayra Macias, political director of the Latino Victory Fund, during the American Dream Project, an immigrant candidate training seminar, at the Asian Community Development Council headquarters in Las Vegas, Saturday, March 3, 2018. Erik Verduzco Las Vegas Review-Journal @Erik_Verduzco.
But facts are facts. It's been just over two months since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act became law, and already more than 350 companies, including many that employ thousands of Nevadans, announced they will be giving their workers bonuses, pay raises or enhanced benefits as a direct result of the new law.


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