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States with the best and worst schools

2 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

Massachusetts schools are rated best of all states, while Nevada’s school system has the lowest score.

No Increased Public Heath Risk Associated with Mercury from Nevada Flooding

Water quality samples taken after the January 2017 major flood event have been analyzed by an independent lab and the results were provided to state and federal regulatory agencies for their review and analysis on January 19.

Sierra Nevada Brewery Recalls Beer Sold In 36 States

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

California-based craft brewery Sierra Nevada announced a voluntary recall of select beers on Sunday, after learning that some of its bottles may have been packaged with a design flaw. Quality inspectors at the company’s brewery in Mills...Show More Summary

Sierra Nevada Recalls Beer in 36 States Over Concerns About Broken Glass

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has announced that the company is recalling eight different beers in 36 states. The voluntary recall is in response to concerns that some bottles may have a flaw that could cause glass to break off and fall into the bottle. No injuries have been reported so far, according to the company’s… Read more...

Sierra Nevada issues recall of select beers sold in 36 states

19 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The recalled beers were packaged between Dec. 5, 2016, and Jan. 13, 2017.

Raiders Players Pumped for Nevada Tax Cuts ... Says Malcolm Smith (VIDEO)

How do the Oakland Raiders players feel about the possible (likely) move to Vegas? They're stoked about the FORTUNE they'll save on state income tax!! We spoke with Raiders linebacker Malcom Smith (the MVP of Super Bowl XLVIII) who says a bunch of…

How Nevada Taxpayers Could Wind Up On The Hook For $120 Million In The Faraday Future Deal

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

In December, amid mounting concerns about the viability of the electric-car startup Faraday Future, Nevada’s governor and the mayor of the city of North Las Vegas slammed the car company’s naysayers, saying taxpayers in the state are “fully-protected” from the potential ramifications a $335 million incentive deal for… Read more...

How Nevada went blue for Trump

5 days agoNews : The Newsroom

Jon Ralston, an expert on the Silver State, talks to Yahoo News about the election and his plan to change local news.

Despite Electoral Win, Trump Lacks Popular Mandate on Key Policy Planks, Including Health and Taxes

On other issues, a similar story presents itself. Public Policy Polling (PPP) has found that the vast majority (88 percent) of voters in Florida, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin -- four crucial swing states, three of which went...Show More Summary

A Nevada woman is dead, and her hospital was powerless to help her

A Nevada woman has died from a "superbug," an antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria. This one, called carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE for short), is resistant to every antibiotic available in the United States. The victim, who is unnamed, was in her 70s. Show More Summary

NSAC to evaluate removing pot from banned list, incorporate new unified rules

The Nevada State Athletic Commission today agreed to move forward on a regulatory project that will explore the possibility of removing marijuana as an anti-doping infraction.Filed under: News, UFC

NSAC to consider removing marijuana from prohibited substances list

By Gabriel F. Cordero One of the items on the agenda for Friday’s Nevada State Athletic Commission meeting will be … The post NSAC to consider removing marijuana from prohibited substances list appeared first on Boxing News.

Utah, Nevada, Mississippi & Tennessee: Interstate Groundwater Law, SCOTUS, and Webinar

I found this paper online from the Utah Law Review after participating on a conference call today with Noah D. Hall, the senior author, who is a law professor at Wayne State University and owner of the wonderful Great Lakes Law blog. He mentioned this paper, an excellent discussion of...

Is the Great California Drought finally quitting?

The state’s biggest reservoirs are swelling. As of this date, the Sierra Nevada have seen as much snow, sleet, hail and rain as during the wettest years on record. Rainy Los Angeles feels more like London than Southern California. So is the great California drought finally calling it quits? Yes....

Snow emergency declared in the Lake Tahoe area as residents take shelter

As the western United States continues to grapple with a weeklong series of storms that have dumped an incredible amount of precipitation, the reality for those living in the Lake Tahoe/Truckee area of California and Nevada is becoming...Show More Summary

Jarbidge Wilderness in Jarbidge, Nevada

In 1964, the Jarbidge Wilderness became the first ever wilderness area in the state of Nevada, growing to encompass more than 113,000 acres of pristine terrain. Dotted throughout the wilderness area are elk, moose, mountain lions, cold deserts, alpine forests, wildflowers, and tree carvings made by Basque sheepherders in the mid-1800s. Show More Summary

NSAC considers amending regulation to allow marijuana use among UFC fighters

Is it too late to ask for a refund? Hell hasn’t frozen over just yet, but the temperature is definitely dropping in “The Silver State.” Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is scheduled to meet this Friday (Jan. 13, 2017) in Las Vegas...Show More Summary

Nevada commission to discuss proposal to exclude marijuana as banned substance

Marijuana infractions cost MMA vet Nick Diaz three years of his professional MMA career. But if an upcoming “regulation project” is successful, he’ll never run afoul of the Nevada State Athletic Commission again.Filed under: News, U...

Visit The Ghost Towns of Nevada

During the 19th century mineral rush that earned Nevada the nickname "the Silver State," boom towns popped up left and right across the desert. Unfortunately, only a few survived. The rest were abandoned. Houses, schools, saloons, hotels,...Show More Summary

'State of panic' grips Northern California as atmospheric river approaches the Sierra Nevada

Public agencies across Northern California are bracing for a weekend of epic rain and snow after meeting with hydrologists from the National Weather Service who warned them that the incoming atmospheric river packs a punch not seen in at least a decade. “People are definitely in a state of panic...

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