Older inmates convicted of nonviolent offenses could be released on parole if they meet certain criteria under a bill considered Monday by the Senate Committee on Judiciary.
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Deep within the bowels of Nevada, a mineral found in the underground brines represents a potential growth industry for the Silver State.
Week four of the Nevada Legislature will include hearings that run the gamut from mandating employer accommodations for nursing mothers to abolishing both the offices of controller and treasurer to establishing an Asian Culture Day.
At rally, people gather to oppose efforts to challenge Affordable Care Act, but critic says high deductibles and premiums keep people from attaining law’s promised benefits.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval said Saturday he would take his concerns about the overhaul of the Affordable Care Act to Capitol Hill where lawmakers are mulling over various proposals to replace Obamacare.
More than 100 disabled athletes will compete in the sports trials in a variety of sports at Nellis Air Force Base and UNLV over the next nine days.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection announced Friday the 16 Las Vegas attorneys under consideration for two open judicial seats in Clark County District Court.
Federal immigration agents were rarely seen at the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas to pick up inmates subject to deportation proceedings before the beginning of the year. Now they’re there almost every day.
Capital punishment may no longer be a part of Nevada’s criminal justice system.
While Gov. Brian Sandoval’s new budget appears to favor northern Nevada in priorities for capital construction, a review of spending on major building projects over the past 15 years shows an equitable distribution of funding with the south.