Nevadans could face $60 million in higher annual insurance premiums for car, home, life and health policies if a proposed 2 percent margins tax on business is approved by voters in November, an industry-backed study reported Tuesday.
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U.S. District Judge James Mahan is being asked to reconsider his February ruling to dismiss a lawsuit over allegations of patient dumping at state-run Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital.
A National Park Service official says searches have been scaled back to routine patrols in a Lake Mead area where two Las Vegas-area fishermen were reported missing from a capsized boat more than two weeks ago.
Owners and officers of the Bank of Nevada won an appeal Tuesday allowing the financial institution to continue to operate with its long-standing name.
Days from their next weeklong recess, senators reported Tuesday they remain apart over extending unemployment benefits to Americans who have been out of work for longer than six months.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday it is too early to decide if a package of taxes due to sunset at the end of the current budget on June 30, 2015, should be extended into the next state spending plan.
Surrounded by her family, Democrat Erin Bilbray on Tuesday filed paperwork to run for Congress against U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev.
Despite a slight increase in traffic last year — 6.3 million visitors in 2013 — Lake Mead National Recreation Area dropped to sixth on the list of the most visited national park sites.
No free buffet for you if you can’t name the state’s most populous city and county. The 2010 census showed Las Vegas, at 584,000 people, and Clark County at 1.95 million, as the far-and-away leaders in Nevada, a state with 2.7 million.
Democratic Secretary of State Ross Miller, who’s running for Nevada attorney general, on Monday threatened to pursue “every legal option” to force the State Government Leadership Foundation to reveal its donors after the group launched an attack ad and website against him.