The Assembly on Friday passed a gun bill that would expand and clarify Nevada’s justifiable homicide law and prevent people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence from possessing firearms.
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At 100 feet wide and nearly 30 feet tall, the city’s latest attempt to promote downtown tourism spans Las Vegas Boulevard at Sahara Avenue. Clark County hates it. The city wants to make it permanent.
The Nevada Senate voted Tuesday replace the state’s presidential caucus with a primary election. But the bill’s fate in the Assembly is uncertain.
The daylong National Clean Energy Summit promotes advances in energy and energy efficiency and has attracted top political and business leaders.
Barack Obama’s presidential library and museum will be built in his hometown of Chicago, the Obama Foundation announced on Tuesday.
The ride-sharing company Uber made a fairly significant mistake in a news release on Monday, forcing it to issue a second, “updated” statement in an attempt to fix the error.
Sensing the chance to land a punch, Democrats last week launched a multi-pronged attack on Rep. Joe Heck and his involvement in a Capitol Hill fight over credit loans to members of the military.
A bill authorizing ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft to operate in Nevada on Monday was resuscitated for the third time, this time winning passage in the state Senate.
Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison said today he would use his position as Florida U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign chairman for Nevada to influence Rubio’s stance on the Yucca Mountain issue.
The White House is dismissing as “baseless” a controversial report alleging President Barack Obama’s administration lied about the circumstances surrounding the 2011 killing of Osama bin Laden.
Mari St. Martin, press secretary to Gov. Brian Sandoval, is facing a drunken driving charge following her arrest Friday night in Reno, the governor’s office said Monday.
New York State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos on Monday said he would resign his leadership post a week after being charged in a corruption scheme involving his son, and was replaced by a fellow senator from Long Island, two lawmakers said.
Potential Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said he would have authorized the 2003 invasion of Iraq, just as his brother George W. Bush had done.
Uber might be on the front burner in the Nevada Legislature lately, but there is another pressing consumer issue awaiting resolution for those who want to leave the grid, or at least make a buck off of it.
Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-Las Vegas, is throwing down the gauntlet to Senate Judiciary Chairman Greg Brower, R-Reno, over her bill that would let concealed-carry permit holders take their weapons onto Nevada’s college campuses.
Amy Ponce of North Las Vegas got a Mother’s Day surprise on Sunday — not breakfast in bed or a new pair of slippers — but a call from Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton who wished her “a happy day.”
In one corner are the Republicans in the Senate led by Majority Leader Michael Roberson. Then there are Senate Democrats, who for years have pushed for tax increases for education only to be thwarted by a GOP minority.
Democrats have declared freshman U.S. Rep Crecent Hardy, R-Nev., a top target in 2016, while House Republicans put Hardy in their “Patriot’ program.
With more than 99.4 percent of City Council votes unanimous, observers say it’s clear that council members are making decisions in private, a violation of the spirit and perhaps the letter of state open meeting laws.
The Senate voted last week to give Congress a voice over the nuclear agreement being negotiated with Iran. The bill would give lawmakers a month to review the pact being negotiated among Iranian leaders, Secretary of State John Kerry, and representatives of Russia, China, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
President Barack Obama is committing “executive abuse” in reportedly moving to create a national monument in rural Nevada, according to a House chairman who says Congress should have a voice.
A child advocacy group on Friday said North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee’s statements to police regarding suspected child pornography on his iPad leave the public with disturbing questions.
In a Reuters/Ipsos online poll, Jon Stewart topped a list of 10 pundits, with more than half of respondents saying they agreed with him on at least some issues. Only 12 percent did not agree with him on any issues at all.