Local officials talk monkeypox vaccine as US declares public health emergency — WATCH LIVE
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Monkeypox vaccine avialable locally as US declares public health emergency

Representatives from the Southern Nevada Health District discussed local availability of the monkeypox vaccine on Thursday as the Biden administration declared the outbreak a national…

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Local officials talk monkeypox vaccine as US declares public health emergency — WATCH LIVE
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Local officials talk monkeypox vaccine as US declares public health emergency — WATCH LIVE

Representatives from the Southern Nevada Health District are discussing the availability of the monkeypox vaccine. The Biden administration on Thursday declared the outbreak of monkeypox…

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Market downturn hammers public pension systems | EDITORIAL

Markets rebounded somewhat in July but remain down from their historic highs of last year. The S&P 500 dropped more than 20 percent during the…

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Meow Wolf co-founder Matt King died on Saturday, July 9, 2022. (Courtesy Meow Wolf)
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Meow Wolf’s Matt King to be honored in public service

The Meow Wolf family remains stunned at the sudden death of company co-founder and artist Matt King over the weekend. But the company has stabilized…

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Biden administration to again extend the COVID public health emergency

WASHINGTON — The U.S. government will once again extend the COVID-19 public health emergency, continuing measures that have given millions of Americans special access to…

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Clark County School Board President Linda Cavazos, seen in November 2021. (Rachel Aston Las Ve ...
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Clark County School Board will vote on public comment changes

The Clark County school board considered a new batch of potential changes Wednesday to its public comment policy — namely, that speakers would have to…

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Victims’ rights bill used to hide public records | EDITORIAL

Contrary to popular opinion, government agencies have the capacity for ingenuity. Too bad that it seems like they most frequently deploy it when trying to…

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CCSD wants to limit the amount of public in public comment | EDITORIAL

The people making the most effective case that the Clark County School District is too big sit on the Board of Trustees. The School Board…

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Embattled Telles concedes primary for public administrator
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Embattled Telles concedes primary for public administrator

Amid continued office unrest, embattled Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles has conceded a close Democratic primary race to his top deputy. “At this point,…

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Clark County School District considers limits on public comments

The Clark County School District Board of Trustees is considering policy changes that outline rules for public comment periods and possible consequences for those who…

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