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.
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Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday appointed Richard Whitley director of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Las Vegas Municipal Court officials are good at determining who owes them money. They’re not nearly as good at figuring out why people didn’t pay in the first place.
The city of Henderson is considering sharp fee hikes for pools, sports leagues and recreation centers that some parents say could drive them to pull their kids off a swim team.
Juvenile justice advocates sounded an alarm on Thursday after Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed a bill that would have revised the state’s controversial sex offender registration law regarding juveniles.
A plan by the Department of Veterans Affairs to redirect $35 million from a Filipino veterans fund to help bail out a troubled hospital project outside Denver was rejected by Congress on Thursday.
Nevada Commissioner of Insurance Scott J. Kipper announced Thursday his resignation effective July 2.
North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey contends the city is out to get her because she wasn’t willing to sacrifice justice to fill the city’s woefully lacking coffers, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Union representation elections — a rarity in the Silver State — almost certainly will increase in frequency thanks to a recent rule change that requires fewer votes for workers to change bargaining groups.
Clark County management has informed its largest union that employees won’t receive salary or benefit increases anytime soon, citing a new state law and contending that the contract between the county and Service Employees International Union Local 1107 has expired.
With Democrats and Republicans embroiled in a new but deepening dispute over spending, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada warned Wednesday the federal government is headed for another shutdown.
A bill sought by a group of small limousine companies to make it easier for them to increase their fleets and grow their businesses has been vetoed by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Tuesday he will not run for Harry Reid’s U.S. Senate seat. U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said he will soon announce his plans.
The U.S. Senate approved a Nevada senator’s amendment on Tuesday to prod the Pentagon and the Department of Veterans Affairs to harmonize electronic health records compiled on service members.
Clark County management has ordered Martin Bassick, president of the Service Employees International Union Local 1107, to report for work at a county job in a move that reflects the county’s interpretation of a new state law.
Nicholas Hegedus had formed images in his mind of what it would be like to meet the president, but the Las Vegas teenager’s encounter this week with President Barack Obama didn’t go exactly as he had pictured.
The state’s Employee-Management Relations Board said Friday it has posted on its website more than 200 collective bargaining agreements between local government agencies and employee unions in Nevada.
The Historic Railroad Trail was added to the National Trails System by the Department of Interior along with trails from nine other states.
A North Las Vegas municipal judge is trying to end an effort to remove her from the bench, arguing judges cannot be recalled by popular vote under the Nevada Constitution.
The end times didn’t fall upon organized labor this legislative session, despite initial fears from union leaders that the GOP-led red wave endangered their way of doing business.
Two bills backed by the Nevada sports betting industry that could lead to an increase in the $3.9 billion already wagered annually in the state’s sports books were signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The 90-day moratorium follows a spike in permits sought by businesses wanting to hawk alcohol “in sealed or corked containers.”
Clark County is two steps closer to its long-planned takeover of Mount Charleston’s fire services.