Nevada’s burgeoning rooftop solar industry crashed and burned last year after new rates for net metering were approved that did away with financial incentives for the green energy investment. Now several state lawmakers want to get the industry back on track and growing again.
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Clark County alone is home to 67 “high-hazard” dams, which have potential to inflice death and destruction in the event of a failure.
Gen. Mike Flynn provided the first scalp in the Trump administration in record time – he served as White House National Security Adviser for 23 fleeting days before he resigned Monday night. In the eyes of President Donald Trump, Flynn could be his team’s first casualty of “fake news.”
About 90 people on Saturday attended an East Las Vegas forum, hosted by the National Hispanic Legislative Caucus, that sought to inform immigrants of their rights when confronted by law enforcement.
The issue of increasing the minimum wage saw a spirited debate in the Nevada Legislature last week, and it will be front and center again as lawmakers enter week three of the 2017 session. Lawmakers are not taking Presidents Day off.
When Tristan Torres was 16 and placed in foster care after his mother kicked him out for being transgender, his new home was supposed to feel safe. It didn’t.
The Nevada controller’s office pitched a bill Friday designed to encourage state agencies to charge more on procurement cards to reap more cash rebates.
A Nevada homeland security panel declared Friday that cybersecurity is priority No. 1. Gov. Brian Sandoval, Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison and Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson all marked cybersecurity as their utmost priority for the state.
It’s been more than seven months since Nevada law required North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason to forfeit his office. But who’s counting?
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval said Friday he would not activate the Nevada National Guard to round up undocumented immigrants for deportation.
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