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ResQte Of The Week: The NSC Kittehs

This week’s ResQte Of The Week takes us to the campus of Nevada State College in Henderson, Nevada. Gwen S. fills us in. “Nearly 2 weeks ago, Abe King of our IT department found 3 kittens under a car in one of our parking lots. They were only about 5 days old. We think a […]

Wanderlei Silva's Camp Files Reply in Support of Motion to Dismiss Case

Veteran mixed martial arts fighter Wanderlei Silva has filed a reply in support of motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction in the case brought against him by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The motion was filed on Tuesday by...Show More Summary

Audi Gets First Autonomous Driving Permit In California

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Following Audi's autonomous adventures in Nevada and the Florida connected car expressway, the State of California granted a permit for testing Audi's automated cars on the state's roads, effective from today. Read more...

Nevada Doesn't Realize It Got Robbed by Elon Musk

Politicians in Nevada are patting themselves on the back for securing a deal with Elon Musk to be the home of Tesla's future " gigagfactory " to build electric-car batteries. Instead, they ought to be apologizing to state taxpayers for giving away the store to Musk, write the editors at the Wall...

Should we ban states and cities from offering big tax breaks for jobs?

Tesla announced earlier this month that it's planning to build a $5 billion lithium battery factory just outside of Reno, which sounds good for Nevada and bad for losing bidders California, Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. So how did Nevada beat out so many competitors? The state offered the electric-car maker up to $1.3 billion […]

Tesla’s Lithium Supply Relies On America’s Loneliest Highway

The Gigafactory deal with Nevada has been inked, and in addition to $1.2 billion in incentives from the Silver State, Tesla is also getting a new highway Tesla’s Lithium Supply Relies On America’s Loneliest Highway was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Tesla in Nevada? A Win for California, Says Brown

The day after Nevada lawmakers approved a package of tax incentives worth $1,538,000 per job to persuade California based Tesla Motors Inc. to build its Gigafactory battery plant in the state, California Governor Jerry Brown, who isShow More Summary

First Solar Power Plant 250 MW In Size Underway In Nevada

Ground was recently broken on the planned 250 MW Silver State South Solar Project in Primm, Nevada, according to recent announcements. The project — which is being developed jointly by First Solar, NextEra Energy Resources, and Southern...Show More Summary

Nevada Governor Signs Tesla Tax Package Into Law

A week after the announcement, and through two days of deliberation by the state legislature, Nevada governor Brian Sandoval signed into law September 11 the $1.25 billion tax package that won over Tesla enough to bring its Gigafactory to the Silver State. Show More Summary

A Tale of Two Nations: The Best and Worst States for Credit Conditions

Looking for states with strong credit conditions? Start with the Dakotas, and absolutely avoid Nevada.

Nevada Governor Signs $1,538,000-per-job Incentive for Tesla Gigafactory

Governor Brian Sandoval of Nevada signed a package of bills on September 11 to provide Tesla Motors $1.3 billion tax breaks as reward for the company choosing to build its $5 billion Gigafactory in the state. The facility might eventually provide 3,250 Nevada jobs 20 miles east of Reno along interstate 80. Show More Summary

The 'Gigafactory' Is Officially Coming to Nevada

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval enacted legislation Thursday to bring Tesla Motors' $5 billion battery factory to his state.

Inside the Former Soviet Union's Secret Nuclear Test Cities

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Though it played out on the international stage, the arms race between the United States and the USSR took place mainly in rural, isolated parts of the world. The Americans tested their nuclear bombs on a desolate patch of Nevada. The Russians chose a barren polygon-shaped patch of what is now Kazakhstan. Read more...

Nevada lawmakers approve $1.3B Gigafactory incentive package

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

Legislation requires Tesla to invest at least $3.5B in the state.

Google's Autonomous Car Passed The Nevada Driving Test With Some Help

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

An interesting article over at IEEE Spectrum details how Google's autonomous Prius became the first self-driving car to pass a state driving test. Even if it was a special autonomous car test with the route and acceptable weather conditions set by Google. And a Google engineer had to take over. Twice. Read more...

Nevada Legislature Deliberates Tesla Tax Package In Special Session

Last week, Tesla and Nevada governor Brian Sandoval jointly announced the automaker would be bringing its Gigafactory to Reno. Now, it’s up to both houses of the state’s legislature to pull it all together with a $1.3 billion tax break. Show More Summary

Will other states follow Nevada's Tesla deal?

Many are watching to see if the historic tax breaks it granted will create the expected jobs and revenue

Pac-12 Football: Which Team Is Most Likely to Pull an Upset in Week 3?

Despite several games that were closer on the scoreboard than they appeared to be on paper, the Pac-12 had a successful Week 2 with the exception of Washington State dropping their game at Nevada. Call that a wash, however, because Oregon...Show More Summary

States' Arguments Against Gay Marriage Unsurprisingly Unconvincing

Yesterday, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit heard the long-awaited arguments in same-sex marriage cases out of Idaho, Nevada, and Hawaii. And if you were expecting anything other than downright skepticism of states' arguments from the judges, well, you haven't been paying attention. Monte Neil Stewart was the primary......

Pyrrhus Would Understand

Remember that “big victory” we heard about recently for the state of Nevada? You know, the one where Tesla Motors announced that they would build their huge, $5 billion, high-tech battery factory in Nevada vice California, Arizona, Texas, or New Mexico? Well, that victory apparently came with a price: somewhere between $2 billion and $3 […]

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