Lawmakers approved the transfer of $469,000 from the Department of Tourism to the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City to fund the development of construction documents for a proposed 6,000-square-foot visitors center.
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A legislative committee Monday unanimously endorsed nearly $3.6 million for programs designed to help troubled youth before they end up in the juvenile justice system.
A proposed change in Las Vegas city code will allow Russell Davis to expand his downtown business that allows revelers to pedal themselves from pub to pub.
There’s no doubt in Stanley Furrow’s mind that his health problems and those of his wife, children and grandson come from exposure to contaminated water when he served in the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
State Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson said Friday that funding proposals for a Las Vegas Convention Center expansion and a 65,000-seat domed stadium might have to be linked to win the approval of the Nevada Legislature.
In an email sent to Clark County commissioners, County Manager Don Burnette said he intends to leave after 26 years of working within the county manager’s office, but he did not specify a date for his departure.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Thursday he’s “confident” that President Barack Obama will designate Gold Butte as a national monument before leaving office in January.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller thinks there will be a new effort to kick-start the Yucca Mountain Project after one of its most powerful and outspoken opponents, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, leaves office at the end of the year.
The Obama administration said Thursday that a $400 million cash payment to Iran seven months ago was contingent on the release of a group of American prisoners.
Some Las Vegas City Council members were indignant Wednesday over the Clark County Commission’s proposed bill draft requests for the 2017 Nevada Legislature.
Nevada Democrats Sen. Harry Reid and Catherine Cortez Masto reached out to the LGBT community at the Lambda Business Association’s monthly luncheon Tuesday at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada.
Clark County commissioners decided Tuesday to ask state lawmakers order a study of the Metropolitan Police Department’s funding formula at the 2017 legislative session.
Henderson City Council approved on Tuesday a three-year contract extension for police officers that will cost the city $3.5 million through 2018.
Nevada has dozens of killers on death row, but should any of their appeals bottom out, it would be impossible to do away with any of them. That’s because a pharmaceutical company is no longer supplying one essential drug.
Congress received FBI documents related to the agency’s recently closed investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state, lawmakers said Tuesday.
The State Department wants a chance to review notes and other materials from the FBI’s probe of former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s email use before any documents are provided to Congress, a spokeswoman said Monday.
In a city known for perpetual reinvention, one Las Vegas neighborhood is embracing its storied past and taking steps to preserve it.
Gypsum Resources is once again seeking Clark County’s permission to build a village containing thousands of homes atop Blue Diamond Hill.
A Nevada bill tightening restrictions on payday loans is in the pipeline for the upcoming 2017 legislative session, according to the state treasurer.
A former aide to Gov. Chris Christie texted to a colleague during a news conference about the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal that Christie “flat out lied” when he denied his senior staff and campaign manager were involved, according to a new court filing.
Nevada taxpayers will spend more than half a million dollars to defend the state’s contested education savings account program.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday asked who would pay for the necessary upgrades to freeways and streets leading to a 65,000-seat domed football stadium proposed by Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders.
Neighbors in an unincorporated area of Clark County worry a proposed zoning change to a parcel across the street in the city of Las Vegas that would allow higher-density development will encroach on their rural lifestyle, and set a precedent for the area.
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