Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson addressed the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials in Las Vegas Wednesday.
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There were plenty of things to cheer when it came to education reforms enacted in the 2015 Nevada Legislature.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday finished signing the bills passed by the 2015 Legislature, approving nearly 550 measures and vetoing just six.
When Gov. Brian Sandoval put his pen to the jacket covering Senate Bill 514 on Thursday at UNLV, it was the end of a remarkably rapid journey and the start of a brand-new one.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s decision — announced Tuesday — not to seek the U.S. Senate seat held by retiring Harry Reid will be perhaps the least surprising news in Nevada politics all year.
Vincent Bugliosi, the man who put Charles Manson behind bars and went on to a second career as a true-crime author, died Saturday after battling cancer.
In the Nevada Legislature, patience and resolve are keys to getting your bills heard — and sometimes even passed.
This was supposed to be the session of the gun.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a trio of education reform bills passed in the recently concluded legislative session into law on Wednesday.
A running tally of various things happening as the Nevada Legislature lurches toward its midnight Monday deadline to finish the 78th session.
For 113 days, on the most important issue of the Legislative session — the tax plan — the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s voice has been utterly silent. But on Monday, things changed. Sort of.
Rep. Dina Titus, who had hinted about a “big announcement,” said in a video today that she was running for re-election to her House seat, and will not run for U.S. Senate.
It’s easy — oh, so very easy — to poke fun at Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-Las Vegas.
If anything, Gov. Brian Sandoval’s revised tax package told us more than his original idea.
Nevada’s beleaguered homeowners who are still in danger of foreclosure despite rising home values will get some good news from the Nevada Legislature this week.
A move to delay debate on an anti-bullying bill was ignored in the Assembly today was ignored, as a majority voted to approve the bill and send it to the governor’s desk.
The Clark County Education Association may change its stance on a controversial bill to break up the Clark County School District, if a package of amendments are incorporated into the measure, the union’s president said Tuesday.
The ride-sharing company Uber made a fairly significant mistake in a news release on Monday, forcing it to issue a second, “updated” statement in an attempt to fix the error.