Every session has a cast of hundreds, but a few always stand out. Here are some to watch in 2015.
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A new initiative proposed by Gov. Brian Sandoval to have the state take over under-performing schools will likely involve only a handful of the troubled institutions initially, a state official said Tuesday.
A new website offers how-to tips, forms and other information for those who are representing themselves in Family Court.
After years of keeping state buildings patched together on a shoestring budget, Gov. Brian Sandoval is proposing $234 million in projects involving everything from keeping the lights on and paving parking lots to moving forward with a new hotel college and Department of Motor Vehicles office in Las Vegas.
Clark County commissioners voiced sharp criticism Tuesday about the impact of the Symphony Park-area tourism improvement district being pursued by the city of Las Vegas.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has a plan to substantially reduce Nevada’s looming shortfall in its current budget by sweeping agency reserve accounts and trimming other expenditures, administration officials said Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada made his first appearance of the year in the Capitol on Tuesday, still recuperating from injuries suffered in an exercise accident on New Year’s Day.
Dogged since the start of presidency six years ago by an ailing economy, Obama appeared before a joint session of Congress and millions of Americans watching on television to declare that his policies have paid off with an economic revival that has trimmed the jobless rate to 5.6 percent.
Las Vegas City Councilman Stavros Anthony announced Tuesday he is running to be the next mayor on an anti-soccer stadium subsidy platform.
In a State of the Union preview, President Obama on Monday demanded quicker confessions from companies that lose your data as well as better privacy for students.
Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers is not backing away from a petition signature fight that could force a June public election over the city’s controversial soccer stadium subsidy.
Members of the state’s legislative money committees will dip their toes in Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposed $7.3 billion budget proposal Tuesday.
A new poll brings good news for Mitt Romney and his allies at a time when the 2012 GOP nominee faces vocal skepticism from the right about a potential third bid for president.
The U.S. aid worker whose release from a Cuban prison helped pave the way toward restoring diplomatic ties with the communist nation will be among First Lady Michelle Obama’s guests for Tuesday’s State of the Union address.
President Barack Obama’s new tax plan ran into rapid criticism from the Republicans on Sunday, underscoring the challenges facing any attempt to overhaul the U.S. tax code.
Two U.S. senators, including Dean Heller of Nevada, are seeking to make permanent a law that allows people to deduct state and local sales taxes on their annual federal returns.
Islamic extremists bent on violent acts against free-speech nations are sometimes overlooked by intelligence agencies because the agencies reject important information that could derail attacks, says a Las Vegas intelligence expert and former CIA adviser.
If you’ve got an unpaid parking ticket in North Las Vegas, your days on the lam might be numbered.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s $1.1 billion tax package to fund education and other state services caught some industry groups off guard, but representatives of the state’s largest business organizations say they are willing to await details before passing judgment.
Mitt Romney has shaken up the 2016 presidential race even before it has officially started.
Otis Harris, who said he can still remember walking to the Westside Grammar School with mud up to his knees whenever it rained, joined several hundred people at a groundbreaking ceremony for the historic Las Vegas school’s renovation Saturday.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said in Las Vegas on Friday that he isn’t worried about the prospect of Mitt Romney running for president a third time because voters and former supporters are looking for somebody new in 2016.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether states can ban gay marriage, delving into a contentious social issue in what will be one of the most anticipated rulings of the year.