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A House committee said Monday that the head of security operations at the Transportation Security Administration has been replaced.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Monday that the VA should not use wait times as a measure of success, comparing waits for VA health care to the hours people wait for rides at Disney theme parks.
Led by former state lawmaker Barbara Buckley, the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada now offers attorney representation for those facing the possibility of having their constitutional rights stripped away through a court-approved guardianship.
When the 11-member Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee begins work Thursday on how to pay for a $1.4 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium, it will try to piece together a funding strategy that will keep everyone happy with their return on investment.
Elected state officials say it is too early to think about a special session of the Nevada Legislature to consider public funding for a proposed $1.4 billion domed football stadium in Las Vegas.
After more than two years of gathering, redacting and delaying release of documents that the Las Vegas Review-Journal sought in the Bundy standoff in Bunkerville, the Bureau of Land Management this week provided the newspaper with more than 400 pages of blacked-out emails and reports.
A state judge Friday signed off on new language for a proposed referendum seeking to repeal Nevada’s new commerce tax.
Members of a Nevada Supreme Court panel looking for help to fix the state’s beleaguered guardianship system know one thing: An office in Palm Beach County, Florida, that watchdogs its guardianship system has some much needed bite.
Congresswoman Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, and Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Executive Director Barbara Buckley called attention Friday to a national backlog of visas for undocumented immigrant victims of crime.
Just as Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin was explaining Thursday morning what he sees as dangerously narrow sidewalks along Charleston Boulevard, a woman dragging a wheeled cart walked past, illustrating the problem.
Nevada school districts and local governments received a $19.1 million windfall over the past three years because of a computer programming glitch at the Department of Motor Vehicles, state officials revealed Thursday.
The House voted on Thursday to ban the display of the Confederate flag on flagpoles at federal veterans’ cemeteries.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday unanimously adopted a $532 million spending plan, adding and restoring a combined 70 positions to the city’s workforce. Across all funds, the 2017 fiscal year budget is $1.2 billion,
North Las Vegas’ budget will include 79 additional full-time jobs for the 2016-17 fiscal year, about 90 fewer than the city had hoped to add.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Henderson City Council approved a $509 million budget for fiscal year 2017, which starts July 1.
Henderson on Tuesday night swore in Rodney T. Burr to fill the interim municipal court judge seat that became vacant after Judge Diana Hampton was found dead in her home in March.
Nevada’s unfunded public pension liabilities have grown as a share of personal income from 2003 to 2013, reaching 11.8 percent in the most recent year in a national report released Tuesday by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
Public schools must permit transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity, according to an Obama administration directive issued amid a court fight between the federal government and North Carolina.
Backers of a move to repeal Nevada’s new commerce tax are not ready to quit after the state Supreme Court issued a potentially lethal blow to their efforts, state Controller Ron Knecht said Thursday.
A county prosecutor in Utah wants a grand jury to probe a complex case that includes allegations of an attempt to bribe U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev .
A U.S. judge on Thursday handed a victory to congressional Republicans who challenged the implementation of a provision of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law involving reimbursements.
The Nevada Supreme Court’s decision rules that an explanation of what the referendum would do is defective.
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