Gaming industry chief lobbyist Geoff Freeman warned Thursday against restricting the use of federal government credit cards in casinos, calling the idea an overreaction to an audit that found thousands of questionable transactions.
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Mari St. Martin, press secretary to Gov. Brian Sandoval, is facing a drunken driving charge following her arrest Friday night in Reno, the governor’s office said Monday.
Democrats have declared freshman U.S. Rep Crecent Hardy, R-Nev., a top target in 2016, while House Republicans put Hardy in their “Patriot’ program.
With more than 99.4 percent of City Council votes unanimous, observers say it’s clear that council members are making decisions in private, a violation of the spirit and perhaps the letter of state open meeting laws.
The Senate voted last week to give Congress a voice over the nuclear agreement being negotiated with Iran. The bill would give lawmakers a month to review the pact being negotiated among Iranian leaders, Secretary of State John Kerry, and representatives of Russia, China, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
President Barack Obama is committing “executive abuse” in reportedly moving to create a national monument in rural Nevada, according to a House chairman who says Congress should have a voice.
A child advocacy group on Friday said North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee’s statements to police regarding suspected child pornography on his iPad leave the public with disturbing questions.
The Obama administration has prepared paperwork declaring 704,000 acres in Lincoln and Nye counties as “Basin and Range National Monument,” according to documents released Thursday by Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev.
Former Chief Joseph Chronister said one of his detectives conducted a brief investigation of suspected child pornography on the mayor’s iPad but didn’t do enough in light of the mayor’s position.
The City of North Las Vegas wants to eliminate integrity from its core values. Also on their way out: Respect, creativity, quality service and leadership.
Sen. Dean Heller and other senators who monitor the Department of Veterans Affairs called Wednesday for a series of reviews as the VA claims improvement in handling benefit applications but also is being buffeted by new allegations of mismanagement.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman reacted to Monday’s news that the Department of Energy will start shipping low-level nuclear waste from Tennessee for disposal in Nevada.
Legislative Counsel auditors identified $780,000 in overpayments for behavioral health claims, and $285,000 in overpayments and improper billings for dental claims.
Clark County and its largest union, which represents about 5,000 county employees, agreed Monday to go to binding arbitration to reach a contract agreement.
Six relatives of Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen are on the city payroll in full-time jobs, including his son, brother-in-law and two nephews.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee made good on his promise to change his city — it’s whether his leadership has the city on the road to reform or the fast track to failure that people can’t agree on.
With Democrats united in opposition, the Republican-controlled U.S. House last week approved a resolution that would balance the federal budget in a decade with no new taxes but $5 trillion in cuts to domestic programs other than defense.
The Clark County elections warehouse has a history of problems that have required the attention of engineers for the better part of a decade but the county decided in 2008 to pay $11.8 million for the property anyway.
The Obama administration will provide $20 million in grants to local police departments to help buy body cameras for officers, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday.
Las Vegas area homeowners who have done minor repairs without permits can get them inspected during May without paying any penalty as part of an “amnesty” initiative.
Las Vegas’ two longest-tenured planning commissioners — Ric Truesdell and Byron Goynes — are now on their way out, according to the city attorney.
Nevada U.S. Reps. Joe Heck and Dina Titus took slightly different approaches Thursday, but both bids to remove or divert $150 million in Yucca Mountain funds from a 2016 Department of Energy spending bill were killed by voice vote in the House.
A top Department of Homeland Security official on Thursday defended his handling of visa applications for overseas investors in the SLS Las Vegas resort, saying he was only doing his job, “nothing more or nothing less.”