The Reno City Council has appointed an acting city manager in the wake of the decision to terminate his predecessor, who is at the center of a sexual harassment investigation.
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The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the state’s education savings account law, ruling that while the premise of using taxpayer money for private education was constitutional, the method used to fund the ESA program was not.
In a resounding rebuke, Democrats joined with Republicans Wednesday to hand Barack Obama the first veto override of his presidency, voting overwhelmingly to allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts for its alleged backing of the attackers.
After only a year of service, Ann Wilkinson will resign Friday as chairwoman of the Nevada Transportation Authority, the agency that regulates ride-sharing companies, taxicabs and limos across the state.
Nevada judges and top court officials are hitting the airwaves and social media in an effort to encourage people to serve on juries.
Jacky Rosen, the Democratic candidate seeking the 3rd congressional seat in Southern Nevada, has released her first television ad.
About 250 people from local high school and middle school debate teams and UNLV gathered Monday at a university lecture hall to watch the first of three debates between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Two years after its formation, blue-ribbon panel issues nearly 50-page report outlining improved procedures, better training among achievements.
Applicants hoping to fill two vacant Assembly seats before a planned special session of the Legislature in early October want more specifics about a proposed NFL stadium in Clark County before they pledge support or opposition to the estimated $1.9 billion public-private project.
Some downtown Las Vegas business owners are still unsure about pedicabs or rickshaws sharing downtown city streets with other modes of transportation.
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