Backers of raising Nevada's minimum wage filed a proposed constitutional amendment Monday that would abolish the state's existing two-tiered system and gradually increase the rate to $13 an hour.
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U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., plans to ask the Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General to examine how the agency promotes and transfers regional managers after learning that the VA created a work-from-home advisory position for the former director of the embattled regional benefits office in Reno.
A conservative think tank grading Nevada lawmakers on their performance on behalf of taxpayers in the 2015 legislative session found only 20 of 63 who achieved favorable voting records.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Paul Ryan was elected the 54th speaker of the House last week, ending a tumultuous month of intra-party politics for House Republicans.
A group called The Coalition for Nevada's Future on Thursday filed a legal challenge to a referendum sought by GOP anti-tax advocates who want to put the new commerce tax on the 2016 general election ballot for repeal.
Angel DeFazio was cited for trespassing at a public meeting on Monday — something she did not know was possible.
The troubled Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority was hit with three federal lawsuits in the past three months over the same program — one that helps poor families pay rent.
Political action groups have already put a more than half a million dollars into the three congressional district races in Southern Nevada.
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats last week blocked action on a bill that would deny some federal funding from cities that shield residents from federal immigration officials.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt on Friday defended his move for the state to join the sage grouse lawsuit over the objections of Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The House Benghazi committee took its best swings at Hillary Clinton in a day-long hearing Thursday — but the former secretary of state remained mostly calm throughout the hearing.
WASHINGTON — The House Transportation Committee approved legislation Thursday that could pave the way for construction of a highway directly linking Las Vegas and Reno.
WASHINGTON — The House on Thursday approved legislation supported by the Nevada delegation, who say it would speed regulatory approval of mining operations for gold, silver, copper and other "strategic and critical" minerals.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt joined a federal lawsuit Thursday challenging new land use regulations to protect sage grouse. Gov. Brian Sandoval said the state's top attorney was acting in his own "personal capacity" and does not represent the state in the matter.
North Las Vegas city workers don't know the city's seven core values. So City Council voted Wednesday night to reduce the city's core values down to three:
Sandoval is in the People's Republic this week on yet another trade mission, this time as president of a national group called the Council of State Governments.
A district court ruling making significant changes to Nevada's minimum wage law as it relates to health insurance has been put on hold until the issues are resolved by the Nevada Supreme Court, a state agency said Friday.
Vice Mayor Mark Wimpee has resigned from the Kingman City Council in northwestern Arizona.
Republican Representative Bill Flores of Texas plans to run for speaker of the U.S. House of Representative if his colleague Paul Ryan does not, the CBS affiliate in College Station, Texas, reported on Monday.
If you've driven through Henderson or North Las Vegas in the past few years, there's a good chance the police know exactly where you were — and when.
Much like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get with new federal regulations, but Nevada appears to have come out mostly OK on several controversial actions this year.
The city of Las Vegas still seems to be at odds with people who are homeless and activists at Huntridge Circle Park. A popular hangout for the homeless people in the area, Huntridge Circle Park has a storied history the city's dealings with indigenous people and the activists who feed them.
Clark County officials have approved new hires to counter staffing shortages and cut overtime costs at the county's emergency shelter for abused and neglected children.