CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday asked Attorney General Adam Laxalt to use all resources available to seek an expedited hearing on the lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada challenging legislation that establishes the Education Savings Account program in the state.
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Preliminary estimates indicate Tesla is eligible for nearly $10 million in transferrable tax credits based on its investments so far in a huge battery factory east of Reno, Nevada lawmakers were told Monday.
When the New York Mets acquired outfielder Yoenis Cespedes at the trade deadline, diehard Mets fan Jerry Seinfeld took to Twitter to proclaim it a veritable Festivus, er, Cespedes miracle.
Uber and Lyft could begin operating within 30 days following action Monday by the Legislative Commission.
A group of anti-tax Republicans on Monday filed a referendum with the Nevada Secretary of State's office seeking to put a $1.1 billion tax package sought by Gov. Brian Sandoval and approved by the Legislature to the voters in 2016.
State officials are dimming the lights and preparing to phase out an ambitious but short-lived program initially intended to help people stay in their homes as Nevada's housing market crumbled and home values plummeted during the Great Recession.
New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, an influential Jewish Democrat who's poised to assume leadership of his party in the Senate, will oppose President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, he announced on Thursday evening.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a agreement with Poland for that country to set up a base office in Nevada to expand its business opportunities in the United States.
Reno GOP Assemblyman Pat Hickey said Tuesday he will not run for another term in the state Assembly next year, a commitment he made to himself before the contentious 2015 session even began.
The nuclear industry is adopting a more aggressive stance on Yucca Mountain, a shift that may complicate efforts to reach a compromise on the thorny issue of high-level radioactive waste.
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.
President Barack Obama is lined up this month for yet another trip to Las Vegas, officials confirmed Friday.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, whose finances have been complicated by business setbacks and a transition into politics, holds more than $1.8 million in personal assets but also faces a potential major debt, according to a report he filed with Congress in July.
Congress finished work Thursday on a bill that will avert the latest fiscal crisis within the Department of Veterans Affairs and avoid a threatened shutdown of VA hospitals.
They can still be loud — and, in some cases, very nearly naked — but Fremont Street’s buskers might soon have to ply their trade where Las Vegas tells them to.
State anti-tax Republicans upset with legislative approval of a new commerce tax plan to file a referendum petition with the secretary of state's office next week to take the new revenue plan to the voters in 2016.
Las Vegas officials have already cleaned up the glass containers and brown bag liquor sales on Fremont Street. Now they plan to clean up the buskers.
Pet wholesalers, breeders, zoos, circuses and laboratories that use animals in research would be required to develop and report plans to shield or evacuate the creatures during emergencies under a bill that was reintroduced Monday.
A Henderson city worker did more than $800 worth of waterline repairs at the home of Mayor Andy Hafen's daughter, who was billed for the labor after the Review-Journal asked about it.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will appear in October before the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, Clinton's presidential campaign said on Saturday.
The inspector general for the intelligence community has informed members of Congress that some material Hillary Clinton emailed from her private server contained classified information, but it was not identified that way.
Nevada lobbyists spent a record $153,079 to wine, dine and court state lawmakers during the 2015 session, though most of the expenses were for group events sponsored by various organizations, records filed with the Legislative Counsel Bureau show.
The building still looks more like a Target than a medical facility, but in a few months the site at 280 South Decatur Blvd. will be the new home of the Southern Nevada Health District.