The public can attend or watch a televised fact-finding review Monday of a police shooting in February 2014 that killed a man near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
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A bill that would expand the definition of justifiable homicide to extend beyond a home invasion to include those defending themselves in a carjacking type of situation was introduced in the Assembly on Tuesday.
President Barack Obama’s administration on Tuesday delayed implementing his unilateral steps to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation after a judge blocked the actions at the urging of 26 states accusing Obama of exceeding his powers.
Clark County’s criminal justice and courts system faces changes in the months ahead that are aimed at keeping down the length of inmate stays at the Clark County Detention Center.
A federal judge in Texas has issued a preliminary injunction blocking President Barack Obama’s program that would defer deportation for up to 5 million people living in the United States illegally.
There will be no three-day President’s Day weekend for Nevada lawmakers who will plow through the third week of the 2015 session discussing wine, dancing, pooches in bars — and some serious stuff, too, that promises intense debate.
Almost two dozen Democrats are planning to skip Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress next month. But Rep. Dina Titus said she plans to be there.
The House gave final approval last week to a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline, setting up a veto showdown with President Barack Obama.
The two highest-paid executives in Henderson’s government sit on the committee that approved a new policy they’ve used to cash in more than $73,000 worth of vacation time.
In Nevada it’s perfectly legal to pull out your checkbook only after you see who wins.
GOP activist Tony Dane and his political action committee deny breaking any laws in a response his attorney sent Friday to the Nevada secretary of state.
A centerpiece of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s plan to give parents more choice in where their children attend school was introduced Friday in the Assembly.
The state’s fledgling drone industry gave the local economy a lift Friday with the unveiling of a company with Alaskan roots that plans to employ 150 people in Southern Nevada by 2016.
Nevadans have through Sunday night to buy coverage through the Nevada Health Link exchange — the only marketplace in which consumers can qualify for a federal tax credit that helps cover premiums.
A bill that would allow those with concealed weapons permits to take their weapons onto Nevada’s college campuses was introduced in the Assembly on Friday, and sponsor Michele Fiore said she expects to see the measure pass this session.
Anti-tax conservatives filed a notice of intent to recall Nevada Assembly Speaker John Hambrick on Friday
A bill sought by Republican lawmakers to make changes to Nevada’s construction defect law passed the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Friday on an 8-5 party-line vote.
State lawmakers were baffled Thursday over whether electronic cigarettes and liquid nicotine should be taxed as other tobacco products and suggested the push to tax may be premature.
An Illinois congressman says he is planning to revisit Yucca Mountain this year as part of an effort to revive the Nevada site for nuclear waste disposal.
Henderson City Manager Jacob Snow will leave his job after three years and retire this summer, he announced Thursday.
A bill submitted to Congress on Thursday would realign federal lands in Douglas County in Northern Nevada, opening some for development while creating a 12,330-acre scenic wilderness.
State Treasurer Dan Schwartz on Thursday ran into a bipartisan buzz saw of lawmakers on the Senate Finance Committee who called his alternative budget proposal embarrassing and politically motivated.
Following a second surgery on Wednesday, the outcome still is unclear whether U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada will regain full vision in his damaged right eye.