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.
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State employees and covered family members in Nevada will have health coverage for gender reassignment and other transgender procedures under a new insurance policy that takes effect July 1.
Nicole Beck couldn’t hold back the tears Wednesday as Las Vegas leaders renamed Indian Hills park for her husband.
Las Vegas leaders will take another month to weigh a controversial apartment complex planned next to one of Centennial Hills’ toniest subdivisions.
A proposal that surfaced in Congress this week aims to spur a revival of the Yucca Mountain project, providing necessary land and water rights to build out the site if federal officials find that nuclear waste can be buried safely inside
Henderson postponed a plan to hike city recreation fees after nearly 20 people spoke against proposed sharp increases at a meeting Tuesday.
First, Sen. Harry Reid decided not to seek re-election. Then, Gov. Brian Sandoval opted not to run for the open seat. Candidate Bob Beers might have then imagined his senatorial stock would rise. But it didn’t.
Key senators on Wednesday warned the Department of Veterans Affairs against diverting money from a Filipino veterans fund to rescue a hospital project in Colorado or any other purpose.
A proposal that would have made Henderson’s city attorney Josh Reid the highest-paid such official in Southern Nevada died Tuesday night after City Council members balked.
The operator of the government weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, N.M., faces fines totaling $247,500 after losing track of classified material that was supposed to have been shipped to Nevada in 2007, but never arrived.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved plans to hold auctions to lease out two large, vacant parcels of land near Laughlin.
Leaders with the Service Employees International Union Local 1107 urged Clark County commissioners Tuesday to reconsider the county’s actions tied to a new state law.
Financial disclosures for two of Nevadas four U.S. House members were made public Monday. They show Reps. Joe Heck and Mark Amodei have modest portfolios compared to their millionaire colleagues in Congress.
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.