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11668955_web1_AUTO-SHOW-NOV27-16_112716-cs009.jpg Emissions fraud allegations settlement with Fiat, Bosch
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford agreed to settle with both Fiat Chrysler and Robert Bosch in relation to “‘defeat device’ software intended to circumvent applicable emissions standards for certain air pollutants. Bosch is alleged to have supplied and programmed the software used by Fiat Chrysler and Volkswagen in diesel vehicles,” a news release stated.

IRS strengthens program
The Internal Revenue Service announced improvements to software it offers to qualified taxpayers that will help those parties better navigate new tax laws and file their returns at no cost.

Nevada ranks fourth in most-moved-to states in 2018, study
Vermont’s population is among the smallest in the U.S., but a study from United Van Lines indicate people are moving to the New England state.

Full stay issued in Pahrump water order appeal
After issuing a temporary postponement earlier this month, the Nevada Supreme Court has now ordered that the district court ruling reversing Nevada State Engineer Order #1293A be stayed until the appeal filed by the engineer’s office has made its way through the system and a final determination is made.

Highway 160 construction expands to Pahrump side
Officials with the Nevada Department of Transportation made a special trip to the first Nye County Commission meeting of the year to provide the board with an overview of the nearly 28-mile, multi-million dollar improvement project targeting Highway 160 between Las Vegas and the Pahrump Valley.

Gala set to benefit local youth robotics programs
School-aged children from the Nye County area are readying to put months of work in the area of robotics, programming and other related fields on display in Pahrump during the 2nd Annual FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Coalition Robotics Gala.

Shutdown theater: Blame? Why not the credit?
According to the headline at CNN, “Trump bears most blame for shutdown.”

Chase those congressmen back to D.C.
On Fox News last weekend, a new Republican U.S. House member, Mark Green, said this: “We’ve got to start socializing together. The polarization, the balkanization has taken us apart.”

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