The culinary union won a 32% pay increase for its members over five years, with workers receiving a 10% bump in pay during the first year of their new contract.
The union says that the proposed five-year contracts will provide workers with historic wage increases, reduced workloads and other unprecedented wins.
Bus routes that normally take minutes are taking almost an hour through Las Vegas Boulevard, as the city undergoes massive construction projects in preparation for the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix next week.
The state and insurance industry provided car owners with a lot of explanations, but little hope.
Nevada joined 12 other states in the IRS’ new direct and free filing pilot program for the 2024 tax season, the IRS announced last week. For states like Nevada that don’t have state income taxes, this means that taxpayers can file their returns for free if they meet the requirements.
Many Nevada families rely on street vending to make ends meet. In an op-ed, Clark County resident Samuel Cano shares his family’s vending story and celebrates the importance of Senate Bill 92, which will help bring vendors out of the shadows.
The company is seeking to raise rates by $61 million or 6.6% in Southern Nevada, where the average residential bill is slated to increase $8.14 a month, and $4.50 a month for apartments and condos.
NV Energy is asking regulators to increase power bills in Southern Nevada by an average of about 3%.
Senate Bill 92 authorizes officials in Clark and Washoe counties to create a process for individuals to apply for permits to operate as sidewalk vendors.
A company that performs deep cleaning for Las Vegas Strip resorts has engaged in wage theft for at least two decades, according to the company’s former manager as well as former employees whose complaints are being investigated by the US Department of Labor.