Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders cruised to early victories in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, while Ohio Gov. John Kasich is projected to finish second in the GOP race.
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When the Heritage Park recreational complex in Henderson opened in 2009, Nevada was in the midst of the Great Recession and the city debuted a great facility with limited access.
Sarah Palin's oldest son, Track Palin, was arrested on domestic violence charges on Monday night.
Two Democratic candidates in the 4th Congressional District are supporting different presidential candidates.
State auditors released a scathing report Tuesday on the Taxicab Authority that regulates the industry in Southern Nevada, faulting the agency for excessive fees that cost riders tens of millions of dollars and an overbearing board that exceeds its statutory role and could expose the state to liabilities.
Former President Bill Clinton will stump for Hillary Clinton on Thursday in Las Vegas.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to boost County Manager Don Burnette's salary.
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on Tuesday backed billionaire businessman Donald Trump for the party's nomination in the 2016 race for president, the New York Times reported, citing officials with his campaign.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada welcomed the Supreme Court's decision Tuesday to review a challenge to President Barack Obama's presidential powers.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is hoping to woo Nevada's caucus voters as a hard-charging outsider who will clean up Washington's ways.
North Las Vegas launched a new bailiff program in 2015, promising the change would save money. At the time, the city said it planned to spend $500,000 to hire new personnel, but the move would result in a $1.6 million savings.
Democratic White House contender Bernie Sanders put front-runner Hillary Clinton on the defensive at a debate on Sunday, criticizing her for accepting speaking fees from Wall Street investors and sparring with her over health care.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina return to Las Vegas this week for campaign stops.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada on Thursday challenged Republicans to back up expressions of loyalty to presidential wannabe Donald Trump by voting on policies put forth by the billionaire businessman such as a ban on Muslims.
First Hillary Clinton spent months keeping from even uttering Bernie Sanders' name. Then, the two sparred over Wall Street, gun control and health care in early Democratic debates -- but the punches were soft compared to what Republicans were unfurling in what was long the closer and more exciting primary fight.
Months after applying for an education savings account, William Simms walked into Mountain View Christian School last Tuesday morning armed with an approval letter for his granddaughter's early enrollment in Nevada's new school choice program.
Call it an ironic political twist of fate. A constitutional amendment spearheaded more than a decade ago by a conservative Republican to take politics out of Nevada education funding is now at the heart of a legal battle that could upend a conservative GOP ideal — public funding for school choice.
In a shortened legislative week, the Senate blocked a bill to lift restrictions on Federal Reserve audits while the House approved bills challenging the Obama administration on environmental regulations, defying its veto threats.
North Las Vegas' city clerk has retired, and the person filling her post has surprised some in City Hall.
Clark County voters who are unhappy with the current roster of local judges can take heart: Challengers are packing the ballot of the District Court seats and Justice of the Peace seats.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt on Friday filed an appeal with the Nevada Supreme Court to overturn a state judge's decision to put the brakes on the state's controversial education savings accounts.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday expressed concern that Las Vegas might again fall below the cutoff for special homeland security terrorism preparedness funding in the upcoming federal budget cycle.
A quarter of Republicans think White House hopeful Ted Cruz is disqualified to serve as U.S. president because he was born in Canada to an American mother, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll found.