A Clark County District Court judge on Friday said she lacked the authority to hear dozens of motions to dismiss charges against mentally ill inmates now languishing in jail and sent the cases back to the courts where they originated for a decision on the matter.
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Chris Nielsen, a member of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s staff, is poised to become general counsel for the Nevada Public Employees Retirement System after serving a brief stint as the governor’s deputy chief of staff.
With the stroke of a pen, President Barack Obama created more green on the Nevada map Friday when he signed a proclamation designating a 704,000-acre national monument conservation area in the state.
At the end of January, Attorney General Adam Laxalt announced that Nevada would join 25 other states in opposing an executive order blocking deportation of many undocumented immigrants.
Nevada’s streamlined live-entertainment tax may have been simplified but will still require detailed accounting records, a state official said Thursday.
Caleb Cage, who has served in Gov. Brian Sandoval’s Cabinet as director of military and veterans policy, was appointed Friday as the governor’s homeland security adviser.
Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta resigned Friday, a day after revealing the recent data breach of government computers was vastly larger than originally thought, CNN has learned.
A vast sweep of rural Nevada marked by lonely desert valleys, craggy mountain ranges and both ancient and modern art will become the newest addition to the nation’s inventory of protected landscapes on Friday.
After more than three hours of public interviews with six finalists Thursday, Henderson City Council members said they will pick a new city manager on Monday.
Federal marriage benefits will be made available to same-sex couples across the United States after last month’s Supreme Court ruling, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Thursday.
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles announced Thursday it has hired 70 new employees to help reduce long wait times at its four urban Southern Nevada offices that are now averaging nearly two hours.
The Nevada Public Employees Retirement System has reported a preliminary 4.1 percent rate of return on its investments in the 2015 fiscal year that ended June 30, bringing the plan’s total assets to $34.4 billion.
The six finalists to be Henderson’s next city manager began making their pitches during a public meeting Wednesday afternoon.
The House voted Wednesday to block President Barack Obama from proclaiming national monument conservation areas in western states, but the vote will not prevent him from acting soon to set aside a major area in rural Nevada.
The National Treasury Employees Union said on Wednesday it has sued a federal government hiring agency over recent cyberattacks, alleging it violated constitutional privacy rights of NTEU members by failing to keep their personnel records safe.
Amy Parks, a longtime employee of the Nevada Division of Insurance, has been named acting insurance commissioner.
Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins made a short-lived push for more transparency from his commission colleagues Tuesday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval, members of his economic development team, higher education officials and First Lady Kathleen Sandoval will be among those on the trip to Ireland, England, Poland, Germany and Italy that begins July 18 and ends Aug. 2.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Tuesday called for an overhaul of the U.S. higher education system, saying colleges were operating as a “cartel” and were not meeting the needs of students or the economy.
Dozens of Kenyans rallied in Nairobi on Monday against homosexuality and a lawmaker said U.S. President Barack Obama should not push a pro-gay agenda when he visits the country later this month.
A new analysis being released Monday shows many communities in Nevada are still struggling and have a long way to go in the cycle of economic rebirth.
Since it was signed in 1776, the Declaration was haphazardly transported around the country in carriages, a sailing ship and even an unprotected car.
A former federal administrator’s decision to bill U.S. taxpayers for a night at the M Resort in Henderson is forcing him to take another trip on Uncle Sam’s dime. This time around, he’ll be bunking in a federal prison instead of a resort.