The net of $26.4 billion in total revenue is $10 billion more than pandemic-impacted 2021.
The speech will be followed by a week of hearings designed to give lawmakers a preview of what’s in the proposed budget.
Sheriff Ken Furlong said crimes against persons decreased by about 5 percent.
Budget will also provide “unprecedented funding to education.”
Gov. Joe Lombardo repeated his oath Tuesday in Carson City.
The same fines that are in current criminal statutes remain in place, but traffic violations would no longer be criminal, but civil.
The proposed enhancements will be left up to Gov.-elect Joe Lombardo when he succeeds Sisolak in January.
He said the raises are intended in part to offset the increases in Public Employee Retirement System premiums.
Gov.-elect Joe Lombardo named two key members of his management team.
Economic Forum said General Fund revenues should come to $11.4 billion for the 2024-25 budget cycle.
The Carson area reported a 4.13 percent increase to $11.98 million.
Crews plan to begin installing the wrong-way driver detection systems in January.
P.K. O’Neill says one of his goals as Assembly minority leader will be to improve communications with the public.
That is 22,200 more jobs than the state had before the pandemic and 55,500 more jobs than there were in October 2021.
Analysts told the Economic Forum on Monday they pretty much agree on how sales tax revenues will come in.
Assemblyman P.K. O’Neill won his third term in the Nevada Assembly.
Democrats still lead in total registration in Nevada with 721,457 registered voters.
Carson City voters should have received their ballots in the mail this week.
Carson City increased by just 100 jobs during the month but has added 900 jobs in the past year.
Aguilar says if elected Secretary of State he will ensure every qualified Nevadan has the ability to vote.
The issue is of concern to poll watchers with their eyes on Nevada’s statewide and federal congressional races.
The ballot question was discussed at the League of Women Voters forum Monday.
“It seems like everything was better than we thought."
Candidates for Assembly Districts 39 and 40 met Tuesday at the Brewery Arts Center.
Lisa Krasner and Aaron Sims sat down Tuesday at the Brewery Arts Center for a discussion hosted by the Northern Nevada League of Women Voters.
The forum was sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Northern Nevada, Sierra Nevada Forums and AAUW Capital (NV) Branch.
Donald Trump told a cheering crowd in Minden on Saturday they have to turn out November 8 to end what he called the radical Democratic madness now running the country.
Rep. Mark Amodei started by agreeing with challenger Mercedes Krause that the 2020 election was fair and valid.
During the past year, nearly 28 percent of Nevada tenants were hit with $250 a month or higher rent increases.
The non-seasonally adjusted rate — the “raw” rate — inched up two-tenths in August to 5.2 percent.
Nevada has filed a motion with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission designed to permanently end efforts to build a nuclear waste dump north of Las Vegas.
Majority of 50-plus voters in the Silver State support candidates who will protect Social Security and Medicare.
The Joint Interim Committee for Oversight of the TRPA and Marlette Lake on Wednesday approved a long list of recommendations that would pump millions into environmental, transportation and other projects in the Tahoe Basin. The vote was unanimous among Senate and Assembly members, including Sen. James Settelmeyer, R-Douglas, despite his concern that money not be pumped into studies but actual projects.
The revenue currently goes to the General Fund but the proposal would claim $1.6 million for mental health programs this coming year.
In a surprise to pollsters, abortion made the top five for the first time.
That is 2.2 percent lower than a year ago, a decrease of 3,526 unemployed people.
End Citizens United maintains Adam Laxalt used his Morning in Nevada PAC to announce his candidacy last August.
Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro said she will commit to finding the money to make the expansions permanent.
Nevada PERS provides pension benefits to over 100,000 public employees in the state.
Carson District Judge James Wilson dismissed the case as lacking competent evidence to support the allegations of fraud.
Beginning next week, appointments will be required to visit the metropolitan offices of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles for almost all services. DMV officials blamed continuing staff shortages and high customer demand for the elimination of walk-in services at the agency’s six largest metropolitan offices including Carson City and Reno.
Unemployment continued to decline in June, falling to just 3.3 percent in the Reno-Sparks area and 3.7 percent in Carson City.
Total win for the 2022 fiscal year was $14.63 billion, a 37.34 percent increase over the pandemic-stricken fiscal 2021 and the highest total win ever.
The Interim Finance Committee approved a series of more than 30 grants of American Rescue Plan Act money to community non-profits.
Gaming win again passed $1 billion in May as casino licensees reported collecting a total of $1.3 billion.
Assembly District 40 candidate Gary Schmidt said he was involved but that he, “withdrew from that in 24 hours.”
A ballot question converting Nevada’s elections into an open primary and ranked-choice general election system can go on the November ballot.
Those struggling with a mental health crisis in jurisdictions across Nevada will soon be able to connect by iPad with a behavioral health professional.