Two recent court decisions regarding the collection of use taxes on coal used by utility companies will save Nevada $200 million, state Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto said Thursday.
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Vietnam War veteran Steve Lowery of Las Vegas has the scars, the medals and his Marine Corps medical records to prove he was wounded when his 12-man reconnaissance team was attacked on March 5, 1969. Then he ran into the Reno VA benefits office, which refused his benefits claim.
Las Vegas TV station KTNV-Channel 13 was fined for representing paid ads as “Special Reports” in 2009, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
Wild burros in the northern Pahrump Valley are being gathered and moved to prevent roadside hazards along state Route 160, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
How do cabs and Uber compare? The fares were comparable — within a couple of dollars — but the Uber payment system was much simpler. Uber’s biggest edge was in pickup time. On average, Uber drivers arrived six times faster than the cabs.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told a meeting of Western governors in Las Vegas on Saturday that the U.S. government’s goal is to find a way to save the sage grouse without having to list it as an endangered species.
Nevada officials are working with Clark County Department of Family Services to increase Child Haven’s capacity for the second time in five months. Clark County’s emergency shelter for abused and neglected children saw its latest surge in population last week when it was housing 97 residents, exceeding its state-approved capacity of 70.
A top official with the city of Henderson, who was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in August, settled his court case by paying a $195 fine for improper parking.
The state will spend up to $44,000 to have an expert review the homicide of a Clark County foster girl while in care and other child fatalities and near fatalities across Nevada.
A long simmering jurisdictional battle between Las Vegas and Clark County is about to boil over.
The U.S. House voted Thursday to declare prized prehistoric fossil beds in the Las Vegas Valley as a government-protected national monument, part of a bill that combined defense programs with parks and public lands.
With Assemblyman John Hambrick of Las Vegas being named Assembly speaker earlier this week, the top leadership in both parties and in both houses of the Nevada Legislature is from Southern Nevada for possibly the first time in state history.
A public lands bill agreement hammered out by U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and other senior lawmakers during the lame-duck session of Congress incorporated more than five dozen natural resources initiatives into a must-pass defense authorization bill headed to final votes in the coming days.
Construction crews finished a section of underground pipeline that will take treated waste water from North Las Vegas’ reclamation facility to the Las Vegas Wash.
With the threat of lawsuits looming, Las Vegas city leaders Wednesday decided Nuleaf CLV should get a chance to find a new location for the shop it proposed at 4500 West Charleston Blvd.
The U.S. House voted Wednesday to extend more than 50 tax breaks for another year, including one that allows Nevadans a deduction for what they pay in state and local sales taxes.
A bill introduced Wednesday in Congress would grant extra benefits to veterans pursuing degrees in science or tech occupations.
If Gov. Brian Sandoval and legislative leaders want to increase funding for public education and other critical needs in the next two-year budget, they have a big challenge in figuring out how to pay for it all.
An agreement reached Tuesday evening on Capitol Hill clears a path for the creation of a 22,650-acre national monument in Southern Nevada, as well as a sweeping set of other federal land alterations that would establish new wilderness in the state and open thousands of acres to economic development, officials announced.
An audit of the state Department of Transportation found that weak controls over procurement of supplies resulted in a case where a stockroom employee made $250,000 in fraudulent purchases over a four-year period.
Congress will begin action this week on a tax break bill that would enable Nevadans to continue deducting their state and local sales taxes for at least one more year.
Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura appears to have achieved his goal, which was stated to a staffer, that he wanted to spend all the office’s money before Clark County takes over the remnants of his abolished office.
The VA’s Southern Nevada Healthcare System passed an unannounced review of its scheduling practices for timely care with flying colors, VA officials said Tuesday.