If Democrats lose the Senate in November, what happens?
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Hillary Clinton’s speech Monday to the UNLV Foundation will be open to press coverage, the university said Wednesday, as the former secretary of state considers a potential run for president in 2016.
Attorney General candidate Adam Laxalt vowed Tuesday to push to drastically cut or eliminate a backlog of thousands of untested rape kits in Nevada, including 4,385 in Las Vegas — some dating from a decade ago.
Henderson City Council members approved a two-year state lobbyist contract for $228,000 for Richard Perkins, the city’s former police chief.
Clark County commissioners are considering a proposed ordinance that would affect taverns like Dotty’s that serve food and offer gaming. Among the proposed changes, taverns with slot machines would be required to get at least half of their revenue from the sale of food and beverages.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved an $11 million contract that includes longevity pay for University Medical Center employees who are represented by the Service Employees International Union Local 1107.
State Sen. Mark Hutchison, R-Las Vegas, on Tuesday won the endorsement for lieutenant governor from Nevada’s oldest Hispanic political group, beating out Assemblywoman Lucy Flores, D-Las Vegas.
Attorney general candidate Ross Miller said Tuesday that if elected Nov. 4 he would set up a strike force to go after Internet crimes against children, particularly those involving sexual abuse.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today struck down Nevada’s constitutional and statutory bans on gay marriage.
The newly formed Blue Ribbon committee appointed to examine shortcomings in Clark County child welfare services met on Tuesday to hear a wide range of problems facing the system and the courts.
Clark County Clerk Diana Alba has decided that the Marriage Bureau will begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples at 2 p.m. today, according to county spokesman Erik Pappa.
The Veterans Affairs Department said it is firing four senior executives as officials move to crack down on wrongdoing following a nationwide scandal over long wait times for veterans seeking medical care, and falsified records covering up the delays.
Additional triage beds for the mentally ill in Southern Nevada will open by Nov. 1, according to Richard Steinberg, president and chief executive officer of the WestCare Foundation.
Political rivals for New Mexico governor faced off in a Spanish debate Monday, a rare event that marked an emerging trend as Republicans and Democrats around the U.S. court Hispanic voters.
Clark County and the Service Employees International Union, its largest employee group, have been unable to negotiate a contract and are on the path toward binding arbitration.
Sometimes, a visit to promote the minimum wage is just a visit to promote the minimum wage.
As Election Day nears, rumors of a possible alternative to The Education Initiative keep surfacing. But what is it?
Vice President Joe Biden will rally in Las Vegas today to increase the minimum wage, the first stop in a trip to the West where he will talk up the Obama administration’s work on the economy and raise money for Democrats.
The Las Vegas City Council recently approved nonbinding plans for a $200 million soccer stadium that mandates no public money — but it’s a rare public-private stadium deal in this country that includes no public dollars.
Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority workers have filed a formal complaint against the housing agency over what they see as an illegal extension of employee furlough days.
Medical marijuana patients in much of rural Nevada will have a long drive to get their medicine, based on where applications for dispensaries were filed by groups seeking to enter the business.
A new blue ribbon committee appointed by Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta to examine shortcomings in Clark County’s child welfare system and courts will meet for the first time at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Regional Justice Center.
The 19 deputies who work under Las Vegas Constable John Bonaventura will be out of a job when their boss’ term of office ends in January 2015, but the Clark County sheriff elected in November could rehire them when he takes over the duties of the abolished office.