A former Nevada assemblywoman alleges former Vice President Joe Biden inappropriately touched her and kissed the top of her head during a campaign appearance in 2014.
A bill to create a centralized, state-level database to help law enforcement combat gang-related crime would also make provisions for suspected or former gang members or their affiliates to formally refute the label and get removed from the list.
A defense safety board is concerned the Department of Energy has failed to address a vulnerability to earthquake hazards at a Nevada National Security Site facility where nuclear materials are stored — including a recent shipment of weapons-grade plutonium.
A Storey County Commissioner and the owner of the Mustang Ranch brothel filed a motion in federal court this month to intervene in a lawsuit to end legal prostitution in Nevada.
The informal poll by the Clark County Education Association asks teachers what they would be willing to do if lawmakers do not “fund our schools now” — the union’s campaign slogan to push for more money for education.
Former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s testimony concluded Friday morning in a case about injuries he suffered while using an exercise band.
A $32 million National Guard readiness center under construction in North Las Vegas has been lopped off a list of potential military construction projects being eyed by the Trump administration for funds to build a border wall.
Who are the players behind Nevada’s booming legal marijuana industry that saw more than $400 million in sales in its first year? We could soon find out under a new amendment to a Senate bill approved by lawmakers Thursday.
Vaping products would be taxed like tobacco, at 30 percent of their wholesale cost, under a bill heard in committee Thursday. Health advocates said they were trying to reverse a rise in teenage vaping while shop owners said the tax would kill their business.
Brothel owner Dennis Hof, who won a Nevada Assembly seat after his October death, died of a heart attack, according to his autopsy.