This Labor Day weekend, the two top candidates for lieutenant governor, Lucy Flores and Mark Hutchison, were sure to cross paths as they made the campaign circuit of parades, fairs, pancake breakfasts and rib cook-offs across Nevada.
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Mixups on a health plan bought through the state’s insurance exchange have left a Las Vegas family facing more than $1 million in medical bills.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday announced that starting Monday, Mari Nakashima St. Martin will join his office as communications director. St. Martin currently serves as communications director with Sandoval’s re-election campaign.
The Clark County Republican Party has filed a complaint with the Nevada secretary of state’s office alleging that Assembly District 34 candidate Meghan Smith, a Democrat, did not comply with state residency requirements and so is ineligible to run for the open seat.
North Las Vegas will not have an opportunity to reargue a $4.25 million appeal it lost in March before the Nevada Supreme Court.
North Las Vegas unveiled more tweaks to its medical marijuana business licensing ordinance Wednesday, signing off on changes meant to fast track applicants who qualify for a newly created “cross-jurisdictional” license.
Cliven Bundy has a history of saying things that just don’t seem very godly.
The city of Las Vegas has promoted longtime City Engineer David Bowers to public works director.
Owners of The Love Store lost a license appeal Tuesday to operate what they call a “romance boutique” in Henderson.
In an article that appeared on page 1B Tuesday Rick Reed’s relationship with FOX News CEO Roger Ailes was misstated. Reed did not work for Ailes in 1988, when Ailes was head of the George H.W. Bush presidential campaign media team.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will build an outpatient clinic in Pahrump, members of Nevada’s congressional delegation said Tuesday.
Clark County commissioners have varying comfort levels with the idea of giving the public hospital’s board the power to have closed-door meetings to talk about plans and ideas that would interest competitors.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved 1.5 percent pay raises for prosecutors and investigators in the district attorney’s office.
Nevada’s nascent medical marijuana licensing process has bounced back to the state from local government entities starting Tuesday.
North Las Vegas looked for a break in its gloomy fiscal forecast Monday, unveiling a flurry of potential economic growth initiatives at the first of three planned “financial summit” meetings on the state of the city’s finances.
Longtime GOP ad man Sig Rogich on Monday stood by his contention that he came up with the 1988 campaign commercial making fun of Michael Dukakis, awkwardly smiling and popping his helmeted head out of a tank, after Fox News President Roger Ailes publicly took credit for the spot.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck on Monday told a Republican audience that he voted to allow young, illegal immigrants to stay in the United States to study and work because “they have become members of our society.”
Fernando Murillo was typical of the young Latin Americans deployed to Cuba by a U.S. agency to work undercover. He had little training in the dangers of clandestine operations — or how to evade one of the world’s most sophisticated counter-intelligence services.
James Brady, the press secretary who survived a devastating head wound in the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, died Monday at the age of 73.
Las Vegas Fire Chief Willie McDonald and American Medical Response officials, after feuding since March over delivering patients to hospitals, have been working in tandem to reach a contract extension agreement acceptable to both the city and AMR.
Hypothetically speaking, Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval could easily beat U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., in a head-to-head Senate matchup in the 2016 election, according to a new poll.
Congress struggled last week with a response to the surge of thousands of unaccompanied minors arriving at the U.S. southern border, and then recessed for a five-week August break.
Federal land managers are under fire from animal welfare activists for seeking extra holding space for wild horses removed from Western rangelands.