If there’s anything supporters and critics of school choice can agree on, it’s the likelihood that a pair of state Supreme Court hearings on Friday will have an impact on public education beyond Nevada’s borders.
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An Elko County man has been arrested in connection with abuses of the guardianship system, the Nevada attorney general’s office announced Tuesday.
Nevada’s juvenile justice system will get a thorough review with help from the U.S. Department of Justice in an initiative announced Tuesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Burning Man organizers are disputing their $2.8 million bill from the federal government — the cost last year of hosting its popular outdoor festival in the Black Rock Desert, a national conservation area in Nevada.
The state Board of Examiners on Tuesday approved $2.5 million more for Nevada to keep fighting against a proposed high-level nuclear waste dump at Yucca Mountain.
Nevada officials on Tuesday approved a $120,000 settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency over violations relating to polluted stormwater runoff from state Department of Transportation-run facilities.
Officials say northwestern Arizona is seeing depleting aquifers because of growth and water use by farming operations.
RENO — Lawyers for a Nevada death row inmate seeking a new trial after he was convicted of the rape and murder of a college student argued Monday that one of Reno’s highest profile cases in decades should have been moved somewhere else.
In order to provide a solid future for their children, Fabian Coleman and his wife, Nina, have saved money so he can go to truck driving school and buy his own truck. Now he worries that technology could end his dream and throw millions of truckers out work.
Two Bureau of Land Management firefighters died and another was injured in a single-vehicle crash in Northern Nevada Sunday.
Some Nevadans are pushing the federal government to transfer more public acreage to state control, but history suggests past management of these lands by those entrusted with their care was mired in corruption.
A few months after the outspoken billionaire declared his long-shot candidacy for the White House, the owners of the International Cafe and Bar here began plastering Trump signs outside their historic 1863-era building in the heart of town.
A Nevada Highway Patrol sergeant who took photos of his erect penis and sent them to a dispatcher in the Las Vegas office of the agency in 2008 had his termination upheld Friday by a state hearing officer.
A conservative think tank wants a judge to force Nevada’s Public Employees Retirement System to release the names of pension recipients.
The recent release of a state task force report on juvenile facility escapes could not have been more timely.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt is suing an insurance company alleging breach of contract and bad faith for failing to defend Nevada and pay its $400,000 settlement with the city of San Francisco over allegations of patient dumping.
A state hearing officer Thursday upheld the firing of a Nevada prison guard for failing three attempts at weapon qualification, even though other officers in the past were given one more chance to pass.
Dangling money or other assets in front of Nevada to let the federal government bury the nation’s most potent nuclear waste in Yucca Mountain is not an option, Rep. Dina Titus said Wednesday during a hearing on the issue.
The past several decades have welcomed a new voice in the controversial topic of sex work — sex-positive sex workers. They enjoy getting paid for sex and are tired of getting negative attention.
Currently, nearly 40 percent of the 1.32 million registered voters in Nevada are Democrats, and 34.7 percent are Republicans, according to Secretary of State figures.
In the wake of a viral video showing men dumping an unknown liquid at a Northern Nevada manufacturing company, initial soil sample tests taken from the facility do not reveal significant levels of chemicals, according to the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
The names of the victim and the driver involved in a Fourth of July fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision have been released by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Wednesday reiterated Nevada’s steadfast opposition to the construction of a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain ahead of a hearing Thursday on the project in Washington, DC.