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25,000

is the approximate number of Nevadans who have received cancellation or nonrenewal notices for health insurance policies that don’t meet requirements of the Obamacare law. The state is researching whether to approve a one-year extension.

$800 million

or higher is the new adjusted cost of the third intake being built at Lake Mead by the Southern Nevada Water Authority.

0

is the number of penalties imposed against two Clark County School District officials who used public money to promote a ballot question last year, a violation of state law.

$15.7 million

is how much Clark County has spent since 2001 on efforts to protect the desert tortoise, which is listed as a threatened species by the federal government.

21,000

nongaming workers of 10 Strip casinos owned by MGM Resorts International represented by the Culinary Local 226 and Bartenders Local 165 approve new five-year contacts last week.

132,000

is the approximate number of Las Vegas Valley homes that remain underwater, which means the mortgage is more than the value of the home.

47

percent of the homes in North Las Vegas remain underwater.

1,000

is the number of jobs British-based Barclaycard US plans to bring to Henderson call center.

8

people have filed a lawsuit against the Summerlin Hospital Medical Center alleging they were exposed to tuberculosis at the hospital, although none of them has tested positive.

70

crashes were reported by the Highway Patrol in less than 12 hours last Thursday during the rainfall that blanketed the valley.

13

years ago was the last time the UNLV football team was eligible to play in a bowl before the Rebels’ victory at Air Force on Nov. 21.

SOURCE: Las Vegas Review-Journal