State Sen. Justin Jones of Las Vegas said Wednesday that both Democratic and Republican lawmakers plan to make school construction and education funding a top priority when the next legislative session convenes in February and approve new building quickly if possible.
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Clark County plans to auction off about 190 acres of vacant land, most of it west and southwest of McCarran International Airport, in November.
Several Las Vegas mobile car wash operators say they would rather pick up stakes than pay to stay in the city, where code compliance officers plan to start charging $250 per business vehicle for a new industry-specific license approved by the City Council on Sept. 3.
The cost of medical marijuana might already be headed upward in Nevada, and the dispensaries and grow houses haven’t even opened yet.
Consider this roster a guide for the state exchange and its contractor, Xerox, whose officials we know want to get this stuff sorted out.
The $5 billion Tesla battery factory deal sealed by Gov. Brian Sandoval and approved by a special session of the Legislature is a high-risk, high-reward project that could be a turning point for both the electric car company and Nevada.
Senate Republicans last week blocked an effort by Democrats to change the Constitution so Congress could limit how much outside groups can spend on political campaigns.
After years of wrangling, a package of Northern Nevada land bills is finally scheduled for a vote Monday in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Nevada Legislature unanimously approved new legislation that will give Tesla Motors more than $1.3 billion in incentives to build a battery factory outside Reno. But has anything really changed in the Silver State?
North Las Vegas is replacing a library it is closing at its old municipal complex with a new branch at its new City Hall.
A recall drive has been launched against all five Ely City Council members amid controversy over their handling of a financial audit of the Nevada Northern Railway tourist attraction.
CARSON CITY — With its actual work done, the state Senate turned to speeches while it waits for the Assembly to conclude its deliberations. And there’s some great stuff in there.
CARSON CITY — After hours of hearings, things are starting to move here in Carson City. There are even rumors that lawakers will wrap things up tonight.
Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev, on Thursday made a personal pitch to the new secretary of Veterans Affairs to move the VA’s regional office in Reno to Las Vegas.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval said that as chairman of the Western Governors’ Association he wants to bring states together to talk about how best to manage and prepare for drought.
There’ll be no more private vendors for Nevada Health Link. The board of the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange voted Thursday to end its search for a company to replace Xerox, which lost its contract following the health link’s glitch-ridden rollout.
After securing its perch as a pro-basketball city amid much controversy last year, Sacramento is now aiming to add Major League Soccer, a move that could help revitalize the California capital and mark it as a regional center for sports.
Despite questions from state lawmakers about the costs and benefits of a $1.3 billion tax incentive package proposed by Gov. Brian Sandoval to bring Tesla to Nevada, 4 bills to make it happen won unanimous approval at the meeting.
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said on Thursday many Republican lawmakers doubt that President Barack Obama’s plan to destroy the Islamic State militant group is strong enough to accomplish that mission.
A slow-moving first day at the Tesla special session lasted until well after dark. It looks like another long one today, too.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., on Wednesday criticized NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for his handling of domestic abuse cases involving football players, including Ray Rice.
A Nevada assemblyman says the special session is about economic development, not Tesla specifically. But that’s not true.
For Las Vegas aficionados who watched the president’s speech tonight on the ISIS terror threat, this line from Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic will resonate: “Michael Corleone’s fatalistic insight about the mafia also holds true for presidents in the Middle East: ‘Just when I thought I was out, they pulled me back in.’