In The News: The Lincy Institute

Las Vegas Sun
May 8, 2022

Reno attorney and former boxer Joey Gilbert received the Nevada Republican Party’s endorsement for governor, just a couple of days after Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo received former President Donald Trump’s endorsement.

Las Vegas Sun
May 5, 2022

Miles from the bright lights, jangling slot machines and crush of tourists on the Las Vegas Strip, a project is under construction that some economists believe represents the future of the region.

Las Vegas Sun
May 1, 2022

Now that Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has an endorsement from Donald Trump in the Nevada governor’s race, it will be interesting to see how he handles the campaign moving forward.

Fox 47 News
April 29, 2022

Independent voters will have a lot of power during the midterm election. They outnumber Republicans and Democrats.

Las Vegas Sun
April 23, 2022

A 2020 study from UNLV’s Brookings Mountain West and The Lincy Institute on the urban heat island effect found that Las Vegas “ranked as the most intense urban heat island in the United States in both daytime and nighttime metrics between 2004 and 2013.”

Las Vegas Sun
April 23, 2022

A 2020 study from UNLV’s Brookings Mountain West and The Lincy Institute on the urban heat island effect found that Las Vegas “ranked as the most intense urban heat island in the United States in both daytime and nighttime metrics between 2004 and 2013.”

This Is Reno
March 7, 2022

A UNLV report published last week shows Nevada ranks last in mental health rankings in the United States.

PBS
January 10, 2022

Senator Harry Reid left a lasting legacy in Nevada. We’ll explore the impact the late senator had. Plus, we’ll examine the challenges that rural Nevada faces.   

PBS
January 10, 2022

Senator Harry Reid left a lasting legacy in Nevada. We’ll explore the impact the late senator had. Plus, we’ll examine the challenges that rural Nevada faces.   

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
November 24, 2021

There is only one medical center in Nevada that can treat the sickest COVID-19 patients with a special machine that is a "lifeline" for those who struggle to breathe.

KNPR News
November 12, 2021

The Clark County school board fired Jesus Jara; now they are going to consider hiring him again.

The Nevada Independent
October 7, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect people across the United States, cities and states are struggling to combat vaccination gaps. This is especially true in Nevada, where the vaccination rate for Black residents is lagging behind that of white, Asian and Latino residents.