Henderson wants to hear from its residents about what they think should be the city’s long-term goals. On Monday, the city unveiled a new survey to gather that input.
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The new spokeswoman for North Las Vegas is Delen Goldberg, who most recently worked as executive editor of The Sunday weekly magazine and Vegas Inc.
Police were called and at least two people sought medical attention after a Washoe County Republican Central Committee meeting got out of hand.
In need of momentum after a five-state shutout, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Wednesday tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina to serve as his running mate.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D Nev., on Wednesday announced Las Vegan Sandra Jolley’s appointment to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday said he will pursue legal options to force the federal government to fund the management of Nevada’s wild horse population at appropriate levels.
More than half of American voters believe that the system U.S. political parties use to pick their candidates for the White House is “rigged” and more than two-thirds want to see the process changed, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Donald Trump swept through all five states holding presidential primaries on Tuesday, winning in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Rhode Island, Delaware and Connecticut, and increasing his chances that he will be able to secure the nomination before the Republican Convention in July.
Republican candidates in an increasingly tense Southern Nevada congressional race staked out positions Tuesday on when it’s OK to raise taxes and whether they’d support Donald Trump if he’s the party’s presidential nominee.
U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid of Nevada says he does not think Bernie Sanders has a path to winning the Democratic presidential nomination.
District Attorney Steve Wolfson, the top prosecutor in Nevada’s most populated county, endorsed a ballot initiative Tuesday requiring background checks on all gun sales in Nevada.
Megyn Kelly will interview presidential candidate Donald Trump as part of her upcoming primetime special on Fox Broadcasting, the network announced Monday.
Lawyers for Ammon Bundy plan to argue that the federal government lacks jurisdiction to prosecute him for the takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon.
A collaboration between Ted Cruz and John Kasich aimed at carving up the anti-Donald Trump vote in coming primaries isn’t sitting well with the Republican presidential front-runner.
In an extraordinary move, Donald Trump’s Republican rivals late Sunday announced plans to coordinate primary strategies in upcoming states to deprive the GOP front-runner of the delegates needed to win the Republican nomination.
Seventy-eight percent of Latinos believe the Republican Party either doesn’t care about the Latino community or is hostile, according to a poll conducted by Latino Decisions and released last week.
A tooth-and-nail political battle for the ages is being played out in Nevada this primary season pitting anti-tax Republicans against moderates in nearly a score of Assembly races around the state.
A tax hike originally discussed as a possibility by the Conservation District of Southern Nevada will not be pursued this year.
Emerson Kruger is probably out of luck if he wants to collect the $22,500 he loaned to a Clark County government consultant who promised to use his influence to deliver a county contract.
Many voters might still be undecided about who they want to be president. However, taking a look at the 2016 presidential candidates’ purchases might provide a glimpse — if only just for fun — into their lifestyles and characters.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus said Friday that she isn’t optimistic about a controversial federal immigration program being allowed to move forward this year.
The Nevada Supreme Court will hear oral arguments May 2 on whether a referendum to put the state’s new commerce tax to a public vote meets legal muster to continue.
Rarely have two U.S. presidential front-runners needed more from running mates than Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.