Jubilation was in the air Friday at Cliven Bundy’s ranch, with family members of the imprisoned patriarch calling the acquittal of two of his sons for seizing a national wildlife refuge in Oregon a “vindication” of the family’s long-running feud with the federal government.
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Visitors, workers and residents could soon have the option to hitch a free ride in downtown Las Vegas from a small fleet of electric vehicles.
The federal Bureau of Land Management is planning to remove 1,100 wild horses from a part of Northern Nevada that also contains sage grouse habitat.
Democratic legislative leaders say they plan to reach a community benefits agreement with a yet-to-be-appointed Las Vegas stadium authority board assuring that more than half the construction and operations jobs on the $1.9 billion project go to underprivileged workers.
Both also express disappointment with acquittal of armed group that seized a national wildlife refuge in Oregon to protest incarceration of local ranchers.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas enlists in Army recruitment initiative that focuses on producing veterans who succeed when they re-enter civilian life.
The Nevada Supreme Court handed low-wage earners a mixed bag of wins and losses in three opinions issued Thursday interpreting the state’s minimum wage law enshrined in the constitution.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of an appeals court ruling issued earlier this year in favor of the federal government in a long-running dispute with the late Nevada rancher Wayne Hage.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection has named three finalists to fill the open seat in Department 29 at Clark County District Court.
If county voters approve measure on Nov. 8, the roughly $3 billion generated would help pay for nearly 200 transportation projects.
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