A broadly supported energy bill was sidelined last week in the Senate as policymakers clashed over how to address the crisis over lead-tainted municipal water found poisoning children in Flint, Mich.
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Months-long delays for doctors' appointments at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center and paperwork snarling veterans' use of VA "choice cards" to see private physicians were among the complaints House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Miller heard Wednesday.
When the Heritage Park recreational complex in Henderson opened in 2009, Nevada was in the midst of the Great Recession and the city debuted a great facility with limited access.
State auditors released a scathing report Tuesday on the Taxicab Authority that regulates the industry in Southern Nevada, faulting the agency for excessive fees that cost riders tens of millions of dollars and an overbearing board that exceeds its statutory role and could expose the state to liabilities.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to boost County Manager Don Burnette's salary.
North Las Vegas launched a new bailiff program in 2015, promising the change would save money. At the time, the city said it planned to spend $500,000 to hire new personnel, but the move would result in a $1.6 million savings.
Months after applying for an education savings account, William Simms walked into Mountain View Christian School last Tuesday morning armed with an approval letter for his granddaughter's early enrollment in Nevada's new school choice program.
Call it an ironic political twist of fate. A constitutional amendment spearheaded more than a decade ago by a conservative Republican to take politics out of Nevada education funding is now at the heart of a legal battle that could upend a conservative GOP ideal — public funding for school choice.
In a shortened legislative week, the Senate blocked a bill to lift restrictions on Federal Reserve audits while the House approved bills challenging the Obama administration on environmental regulations, defying its veto threats.
North Las Vegas' city clerk has retired, and the person filling her post has surprised some in City Hall.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt on Friday filed an appeal with the Nevada Supreme Court to overturn a state judge's decision to put the brakes on the state's controversial education savings accounts.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday expressed concern that Las Vegas might again fall below the cutoff for special homeland security terrorism preparedness funding in the upcoming federal budget cycle.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt and Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison called a truce Thursday in their public squabble over a lawsuit Hutchison filed seeking an expedited ruling on the state's new education savings account program.
President Barack Obama took aim on Tuesday at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and accused critics of playing into the hands of Islamic State in a speech meant to cement his legacy and set a positive tone for his final year in office.
Clark County government's resolution for 2016 appears to be making sure everyone knows the Las Vegas Strip isn't actually in the city of Las Vegas.
Former Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins pleaded no contest Tuesday to driving under the influence in connection with a December car crash.
A state judge Monday put the brakes on Nevada's education savings accounts, granting an injunction sought by opponents who said it would drain critical funding resources from Nevada's public schools and is unconstitutional.
Draft orders that will be considered by the Public Utilities Commission on Wednesday reject arguments by three Las Vegas gaming companies that they should be able to pay lower fees to leave Nevada Power as retail customers.
Things could get tricky for Clark County as officials mull over what to do with two south-valley soccer fields that look more like golf course fairways than football pitches.
The House Republican majority opened the second year of the 114th Congress with votes to overturn President Barack Obama's signature health care law, defund Planned Parenthood, rein in federal regulations and restrain class-action lawsuits.
Last year was very much a ho-hum year for the city of Las Vegas. "It wasn't the greatest year," Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said at City Hall during her fifth State of the City address Thursday. "But it was a good year."
Attorney General Adam Laxalt on Thursday accused Nevada's lieutenant governor of "ethical conflicts" and asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit he filed in his private capacity over the state's new education saving accounts program.
The Nevada attorney general's office needs to strengthen its monitoring of settlement funds designed to help victims of the foreclosure crisis in Nevada, a legislative audit has found.