Ed Williams, chairman of the Clark County Republican Party, has resigned from the executive committee of the state party, citing concerns that no minutes are kept of the meetings and there is no liability insurance coverage for members.
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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has waded into the Planned Parenthood fetal tissue debate, sending a letter to the group's state affiliates asking for confirmation that they do not perform surgical abortions at their offices.
The chairman of the Nevada Republican Party, under fire for a loan from a charity he oversaw to a business he was involved with, has been hired by state Treasurer Dan Schwartz as a deputy in the agency's Las Vegas office.
Two Republican presidential candidates are coming to Las Vegas next week: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Clark County commissioners started initial discussion Tuesday about a proposal that would allow movie theaters inside resorts in unincorporated areas of the county to sell alcoholic beverages.
Disagreement over how restaurants are being regulated boiled over at a Southern Nevada Health District board meeting Thursday with an official offering her resignation and walking out after she was criticized by her staff.
The More Cops tax didn't die with outgoing Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins.
Robert Murnane was sworn in as Henderson's new city manager Tuesday evening after the City Council voted to approve a contract with a starting salary of $228,500 a year.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Tuesday it has picked a new director for its embattled regional office in Reno.
A bill that seeks a posthumous pardon for boxing legend Jack Johnson has advanced in Congress.
A man was hospitalized in critical condition following a late Friday night stabbing, Las Vegas police said.
Following a series of highly criticized actions, including allegations that she dismissed cases out of spite for the city attorney and put her personal legal expenses on a city purchasing card, North Las Vegas Municipal Judge Catherine Ramsey is set to face a recall vote.
A new grassroots organization is starting in Nevada that will advocate in the public policy arena to advance limited government and fiscally conservative values.
Successful election campaigns and positions of leadership have marked U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s career.
Only 17 percent of voters in Nevada Assembly Speaker John Hambrick’s Las Vegas district approve of an effort to recall the Republican, according to a poll released Monday.
Nevada should open an “honest discussion” with the federal government over burying nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain to determine if citizens might want it and what benefits the state might obtain for hosting it, according to U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev.
A still battered-looking Sen. Harry Reid made a return to the Senate floor on Monday, and immediately jumped into a fray over immigration and homeland security.
Southern Nevada business and government leaders took a last chance to bend the ears of state lawmakers Friday, joining incoming and outgoing legislators for a final issues forum before the start of the 2015 legislative session
Newly released records suggest federal prosecutors had enough evidence to charge U.S. Sen. John Ensign of Nevada with lobbying or campaign finance violations, but backed off because of fear of losing in court and “undue deference to public officials,” according to a watchdog group that sued for access to the documents.
Assembly Speaker designate John Hambrick, R-Las Vegas, said ousted Taxation Chairwoman Michele Fiore may be preparing legal action against him after he took her out of her leadership positions last week.
In the end, making a political issue personal might have done in Assemblywoman Michele Fiore.
An ice age boneyard at the northern edge of the Las Vegas Valley is now one signature away from becoming Nevada’s newest federally recognized natural landmark.
Petitions seeking to expand background check requirements for gun purchases and to allow the recreational use of marijuana are sufficient and will be submitted to the 2015 Legislature, Secretary of State Ross Miller said Monday.
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