The Obama administration is revising a federal rule that allows wind-energy companies to operate high-speed turbines for up to 30 years, even if means killing or injuring thousands of federally protected bald and golden eagles.
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President Barack Obama is set to declare the first national monument recognizing the contributions of the U.S. gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, the Washington Post said on Tuesday.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to let voters next November decide who will fill a Henderson justice of the peace vacancy.
The Las Vegas Monorail has inched a little closer to becoming a mile longer — to Mandalay Bay.
Henderson wants to hear from its residents about what they think should be the city’s long-term goals. On Monday, the city unveiled a new survey to gather that input.
Peter Long, a veteran of state government, was named Monday as administrator of the Division of Human Resource Management.
Nevada Supreme Court justices asked pointed questions Monday on whether an effort to repeal the state’s new business tax is legally sound to proceed in the signature gathering process.
Former U.S. Sen. and Nevada Gov. Richard Bryan has become only the second person in the history of the University of Nevada, Reno, to have a statue dedicated in his honor at the school founded in 1874.
Rep. Cresent Hardy said Friday he introduced a bipartisan bill to help save rural hospitals such as the one in Tonopah that closed in August.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., said Friday she has introduced a comprehensive bill to fix a broken appeals process for veterans.
President Barack Obama on Thursday nominated former Nevada Treasurer Kate Marshall as a member of the Election Assistance Commission.
The Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee all but signed off Thursday on a proposal to fund the expansion and improvement of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Thursday joined other key players on veterans issues to announce what is being billed as “groundbreaking” legislation for the Veterans Affairs Department.
The new spokeswoman for North Las Vegas is Delen Goldberg, who most recently worked as executive editor of The Sunday weekly magazine and Vegas Inc.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D Nev., on Wednesday announced Las Vegan Sandra Jolley’s appointment to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday said he will pursue legal options to force the federal government to fund the management of Nevada’s wild horse population at appropriate levels.
Lawyers for Ammon Bundy plan to argue that the federal government lacks jurisdiction to prosecute him for the takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon.
A tax hike originally discussed as a possibility by the Conservation District of Southern Nevada will not be pursued this year.
Emerson Kruger is probably out of luck if he wants to collect the $22,500 he loaned to a Clark County government consultant who promised to use his influence to deliver a county contract.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus said Friday that she isn’t optimistic about a controversial federal immigration program being allowed to move forward this year.
The Nevada Supreme Court will hear oral arguments May 2 on whether a referendum to put the state’s new commerce tax to a public vote meets legal muster to continue.
North Las Vegas’ main budget priority is to hire more police, fire and business-related staff, but budget cuts in recent years have left the city with little money to do so.
Emails obtained by the Review-Journal show Nevada System of Higher Education officials created a false document and did other things to mislead lawmakers who were considering a funding formula overhaul.
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