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Sandoval seeks to assure lawmakers Faraday’s a good deal
CARSON CITY – As Nevada lawmakers prepare to vet a $335 million incentive package aimed at attracting a Chinese-backed electric carmaker to the state, Gov. Brian Sandoval is seeking to reassure them that it was worth their while.
Efforts to deploy drones for humanitarian purposes are hampered by public fears
Mark Jacobsen leads me through a maze of children's toys in his little apartment a few miles from Stanford University. We head to a small patio out back. And here, sitting on folding tables, within earshot of kids playing and mothers pushing strollers, are the technological wonders that could save the lives of thousands of Syrian people.
Andrea Bocelli’s voice, Robin Leach sit-down highlight Ruvo Center fete
The Kats Report Bureau at this writing is KUNV 91.5-FM at UNLV. KUNV has been the focus of an effort by Nevada Public Radio to take over operations of the campus station and add it as a third outlet on FM airwaves, joining KNPR 88.9-FM (where “State of Nevada” is the anchor show each weekday) and classical music station KCEV 89.7-FM.
Promoting peace, a UNLV Muslim student asks for hugs in a campus demonstration
I was scrolling through my Facebook News Feed Thursday morning when a shared status update with multiple photos caught my eye. It was written by someone I didn’t know, UNLV student Naweed Yusufzai, who had blindfolded himself near a busy campus walkway.