Nevada’s two Republicans in the U.S. House broke from their party on Friday and voted to uphold President Barack Obama’s program that allows young undocumented immigrants to be exempted from deportation.
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The colorful law enforcement career of Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura has drawn attention to the wider system of 11 constable offices in Clark County that traditionally keep low profiles, despite having police powers.
Enrollment through Nevada Health Link might be over for now, but officials with the state’s health insurance exchange haven’t stopped thinking about how to improve sign-ups this fall.
Some higher income families would be eligible to receive a child tax credit on their federal returns under a bill approved in the U.S. House last week.
The United States shuttered its embassy in Libya on Saturday and evacuated its diplomats to neighboring Tunisia under U.S. military escort as fighting intensified between rival militias.
The government is sending more than $4.7 million in homeland security funding to Nevada this year, including $75,000 to help a Las Vegas synagogue build new fencing and protections as it expands in Summerlin.
Washoe County School Superintendent Pedro Martinez is suing the school district over his ouster, and the Reno-Gazette Journal is asking the Nevada attorney general to investigate whether the School Board violated Nevada’s open meeting law.
A former Nevada lawmaker who led California police on a high-speed chase on the day he was expelled from the state Assembly has been ordered to two years and eight months in prison, but a judge says he’s already fulfilled his sentence.
Curious about how a proposed soccer stadium for Symphany Park in downtown Las Vegas will be paid for?
Nevada’s controversial sex offender law was adopted to comply with a federal act in 2007 but remains in limbo. A halt to its enforcement remains in effect, but several bills will be submitted to the state Legislature in 2015 to amend the law.
Republican lawmakers on Thursday criticized the Bureau of Land Management’s handling of the April standoff with Clark County rancher Cliven Bundy, saying tensions could have been eased by local authorities rather than the BLM’s use of heavily armed agents.
A bill that passed the U.S. House on Wednesday seeks to bolster counselors who work with runaways and homeless young people.
North Las Vegas promoted three acting department heads to permanent posts on Wednesday, finalizing appointees picked to lead the city’s finance, utilities and fire departments.
The U.S. Senate is wasting little time in advancing President Barack Obama’s pick to head the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs.
A proposal that could have cleared the way for Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen to seek a third term, and protect him from a lawsuit seeking his ouster, was rejected.
About 40 residents attended a consumer session sponsored Tuesday by the Nevada Public Utilities Commission to discuss NV Energy’s latest general rate filing.
Well, there goes the “affordable” part of the Affordable Care Act. At least for now.
President Barack Obama’s choice to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs pledged Tuesday to transform the beleaguered agency, saying that “systematic failures” must be addressed.
A federal appeals court delivered a potentially serious setback to President Barack Obama’s health care law Tuesday, imperiling billions of dollars in subsidies for many low- and middle-income people who bought policies.
North Las Vegas Councilman Wade Wagner won a legal judgment against the city Tuesday, collecting more than $70,000 in court-awarded legal fees to defray the cost of a three-year legal battle over his disputed 2011 election.
A gridlocked Congress failed to do the big things: overhauling the nation’s immigration system, reforming the loophole-cluttered tax code and stiffening background checks on gun buyers. Now it’s time to see whether it can just do the basics.
A continued surge in the number of abused and neglected children at Clark County’s emergency shelter pushed it over capacity while state approval to raise its maximum population was pending.
President Barack Obama on Monday gave employment protection to gay and transgender workers in the federal government and its contracting agencies, after being convinced by advocates of what he called the “irrefutable rightness of your cause.”