At the end of a two-hour hearing in Las Vegas on Monday, U.S. District Judge Andrew Gordon. said he would issue a written ruling at a later date that could determine whether the authority is allowed to build its multibillion-dollar project across roughly 300 miles of federal land.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s cancellation of planned meetings with tribal leaders and Rep. Dina Titus prompted an angry news conference Monday at which they accused him of not wanting to hear “the whole story.”
NV Energy has filed an application with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission to comply with a new state law aimed at encouraging homeowners to invest in rooftop solar technology and participate in net metering.
Opponents of recreational marijuana say Nevada will be hit with “very serious unintended consequences” if the state does not tighten its regulations of the legal cannabis market.
Sheila Moulton, a Las Vegas resident who served on the district board for 12 years, will help oversee the state’s public charter schools.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spoke to reporters Sunday evening in Bunkerville as he wrapped up a much-anticipated visit to Southern Nevada that included a hike at Gold Butte National Monument and a stop at Basin and Range National Monument to see American Indian rock art.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Sunday will make Bunkerville the final stop of a tour through several western states to review national monuments.
Three years and two dozen motions later, a federal court in Las Vegas will hear a federal lawsuit Monday that seeks to block the Southern Nevada Water Authority from siphoning groundwater from a 300-mile swath of eastern Nevada.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D. Ill. introduced the American Hope Act Friday early morning, which would allow DACA recipients and other undocumented children who entered the U.S. prior to their 18th birthday to apply for conditional permanent resident status.
Those interested in Nevada history can check out a significant new addition on the subject with the publication of “Mister Speaker to Madam Speaker,” a labor of love for Carson City resident Cindy Southerland.