President Barack Obama is set to declare the first national monument recognizing the contributions of the U.S. gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, the Washington Post said on Tuesday.
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Former Nevada State Controller Kim Wallin has been appointed to the Evidence-Based Policymaking Commission.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday announced the appointment of UNLV law professor Francine Lipman to the Nevada Tax Commission, effective immediately for a term that will expire in October 2019.
Former legislative leader Steven Horsford says Nevada System of Higher Education’s ‘antics’ thwarted efforts to make college finance decisions easier to understand and more equitable between schools.
A new inspector general’s report says the VA Reno Veterans Benefits Administration Office inappropriately put claims-related documents in shred bins, affecting burial expenses that one veteran’s family was entitled to.
The lean staff of North Las Vegas is adding a new city clerk.
A proposed reorganization of the Clark County School District would create 357 individual school precincts — one for every campus — with power flowing away from central administration and toward parents, students and school staff.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced plans to appoint Heather Murren to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
An Oregon sheriff under investigation for meeting with those who occupied a national wildlife refuge has filed notice that he plans to sue the city of John Day.
A state board approved a $75 million contract Tuesday to upgrade an aging computer system at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, allowing the agency to offer more services online and in remote locations
State lawmakers, charged with reorganizing the Clark County School District, may recycle a school reform model that the Nevada Legislature abandoned during the economic crisis and state budget cuts.
Rural Nevadans suing to block the Obama administration’s greater sage grouse protection plan say internal government documents they cite in a new federal court filing shows politics was the driving force behind a predetermined policy.
North Las Vegas Parks and Recreation officials hope new offerings at city parks will net more fans and cash to cover costs.
President Obama on Friday announced his attention to appoint Nancy Brune, executive director of the Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities, to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.
For those looking to probe just exactly how the public pays government employees in Nevada, the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s annual salary number crunch is out.
The state Supreme Court extended the briefing schedule in the appeal over Nevada’s education savings account to accommodate outside groups wanting to file friend-of-court briefs.
The city of Las Vegas is projected to see a budget shortfall of $3.1 million in fiscal year 2017 after operating in the black for the past four years, according to a tentative budget unveiled to the City Council on Wednesday.
Aiming to streamline tasks, the North Las Vegas City Council approved $919,000 to fund new planning and business licensing software.
The Clark County School Board Wednesday approved a $2.2 billion budget that includes larger class sizes and fewer year-round schools but expands full-day kindergarten to all elementary campuses.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid on Wednesday lauded a study linking $156 million in economic activity to the Basin and Range National Monument and nine other monuments in four states even though figures were not available for those specific sites.
Pirates are plundering Las Vegas taxpayers — with the help of the City Council.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and Frank Aguilera, deputy director of the Aerospace Systems Program at the NASA Ames Research Center in California, along with other officials, unveiled a new $400,000 NUANCE lab at Reno-Stead Airport north of Reno.
The Nevada Supreme Court questioned lawyers Monday on whether rules adopted by the state labor commissioner illegally allow employers to skirt a requirement to pay a higher minimum wage by simply offering health insurance.