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Economy & Business | Environment

In Nevada, investors eye underground water storage as a path to profits

June 2nd, 2020 - 6:00am
Investors want to sell a portion of their water at a farm near Winnemucca. For now, their focus is on the Humboldt River watershed, but in the past, the company has talked about water demands in fast-growing cities. That worries rural counties, dependent on water for their local economies and livelihoods, and environmental activists, concerned about the ecological effects of exporting water elsewhere.



2020 Judicial Project

A close look at Clark County District Court and Supreme Court judicial race candidates



Coronavirus | Economy & Business

Long-awaited payments have begun for claimants through unemployment program for gig workers

May 29th, 2020 - 2:00am
One of the applicants who did receive payment was Frank Seaver, a self-employed sports writer from Las Vegas who has been out of work since the pandemic largely shut down sports. He said 11 weeks of back benefits through PUA were deposited in his account on Wednesday morning, after he got a notification a day before that the payment had been approved.





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