Nevada Supreme Court Justice James Hardesty stood proudly outside the 26,600-square-foot marble structure at Clark Avenue and Fourth Street on Friday, pointing to the county, state and court seals etched around the top.
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Prison medical costs are climbing as Nevada’s inmate population ages and more expensive treatments become available, leading to a significant increase in requested funding to provide necessary care, a legislative budget panel was told Friday.
Clark County commissioners will take no action to unseat North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason until an ongoing legal proceeding is completed, Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said this week.
Here are three things to watch on Day 47 of the 2017 Legislative session.
NEW YORK — The Trump family is launching a new hotel chain in a bold expansion of a company that critics say is already too big and opaque for an enterprise whose owner sits in the Oval Office.
The Nevada Assembly on Thursday introduced a resolution of support for the national monument designations that Gold Butte and the Basin and Range areas have.
An amendment to a bill modifying how much Nevadans’ property taxes can increase each year would eventually lock in an annual cap of 3 percent for residential property.
It was all about lions and tigers and bears (oh my) — not to mention alligators and polar bears and Giant pandas — at an Assembly hearing Thursday on a bill to regulate ownership of exotic animals.
The father of a student who committed suicide after being bullied criticized proposed changes to the 2015 law that bears his daughter’s name as a “step backward.”
Charter, private and parochial students could play sports at their zoned public school if their school doesn’t field a team under a bill proposed Thursday.