Clark County on Tuesday announced the new directors of the Department of Family Services and the Department of Social Service.
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President Barack Obama on Tuesday submitted his final budget proposal to Congress with additional details on how it would affect the military, including Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada.
Two women banned from Tinder last week for aggressively promoting U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders have been allowed back on the dating app and say they will resume telling prospective matches to "feel the Bern."
Nevada's only sanctuary church has already protected one person living in the country illegally who was facing imminent deportation.
Since its creation by the Legislature five years ago, the Legislative Commission's Sunset Subcommittee has recommended the ax for a number of outdated or inactive boards and commissions, finding that their missions were no longer relevant or could be delegated to other agencies.
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, after chastising his Republican colleagues for doing nothing to help the "poisoned" children of Flint, Michigan, again turned to Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and a major environmental issue at home.
A broadly supported energy bill was sidelined last week in the Senate as policymakers clashed over how to address the crisis over lead-tainted municipal water found poisoning children in Flint, Mich.
A proposed constitutional amendment to open up Nevada’s electricity markets and give consumers “meaningful choices” of utility providers was filed Wednesday with the secretary of state’s office.
The city of North Las Vegas’ website got a fresh look and new functionality Wednesday.
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid pointed to his own state's record Wednesday when urging support for an amendment that he says would not only help protect consumers who generate their own power from abusive rate increases but also save the rooftop solar industry.
While the city's taxi industry reels from a state audit accusing it of millions of dollars of overcharges and recommending the dismantling of the Taxicab Authority, officials have a new worry — a date with the Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission.
A panel of lawmakers this week agreed to seek changes for Nevada's new Silver State Opportunity Grant — the state's first program offering financial aid based on need rather than academic achievement.
A coalition of rooftop solar companies on Tuesday urged the U.S. Senate to adopt an amendment to an energy bill that would give states the authority to prohibit monopoly utilities from retroactively penalizing customers who invest in solar.
Legislation by U.S. Rep. Joe Heck to help reduce homelessness among veterans once again passed the House on Tuesday, this time as part of another measure.
Poor sewage-stained Cashman Stadium in downtown Las Vegas.
Big game hunters want you to leave the drones at home. The buzzing bots are quickly invading nearly every aspect of American life as people find uses for them in photography, surveying and now hunting.
More than 10 months have passed since Michael Grubler alerted Veterans Affairs officials to a glitch in the phone system when veterans contemplating suicide call the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas.
Until recently, the Southern Nevada Conservation District has flown mostly under the radar. That low profile is about to change, though, now that the seven-member board has the power to ask voters to consider a tax increase. That power has the business community and elected officials asking questions about plans for the district, now known mostly for its annual Christmas tree-recycling program.
Nevada government and business leaders may have to shift at least part of their established economic development focus from renewable energy to other opportunities if new net metering rules drive the rooftop-solar business out of Nevada as predicted by industry officials.
The U.S. Senate took up a broad, bipartisan energy bill last week and began voting on what is expected to be scores of amendments to update provisions in place since 2007.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee is no longer "skeptomistic" about the city, and he hopes its residents aren't either.
Jacky Rosen announced Tuesday she is running for the Democratic nomination for the 3rd Congressional District.
Lawyers for a group supporting Gov. Brian Sandoval's commerce tax filed an appeal Monday in the Nevada Supreme Court seeking to halt efforts to repeal it.
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