A new Nevadans for Background Checks ad is hoping to gather support for Question 1 among the state’s Hispanic voters.
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State superintendent of public instruction told members of a congressional subcommittee Wednesday that proposed rules for a new federal law could create chaos and confusion for Nevada schools.
A pioneer cemetery on the edge of downtown Reno where the remains of Civil War soldiers, city founders and a tribal chief have rested for more than a century has been anything but restful in recent weeks.
The Bullhead City council voted 4-3 Tuesday to end the annual Bullhead City River Regatta that had more than 30,000 people floating the Colorado River together in August.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Craig Gabriel told the court Tuesday the cash indicates Ammon Bundy planned to continue occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for a long time.
But state’s proportion of residents without legal status to remain in the U.S. remained highest in the nation, at 7.2 percent of the total population.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday by Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and joined by 20 other states challenges the legality of new overtime rules implemented by the Obama administration and scheduled to take effect Dec. 1.
The surface level of the Lake Mohave reservoir will drop 7 feet during the next few weeks to allow conservation officials to harvest razorback sucker fish from shoreline rearing ponds.
About 300 business leaders, academics and government officials are meeting Tuesday through Thursday to make the 450 miles between Las Vegas and Reno feel shorter.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area will be free to visit Saturday for National Public Lands Day.