A conservative advocacy group is shelling out big bucks for attack ads targeting Democratic Congresswoman Susie Lee.
Gov. Steve Sisolak denounced a move by the Trump administration to tighten eligibility requirements for the food-stamp program, which could cut aid to some 80,000 low-income Nevadans.
A citizens group filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the state’s new gun control red flag law, which empowers authorities to seize firearms from people deemed a threat.
Gov. Steve Sisolak Thursday talked about reforming state boards, getting more independence in the marijuana testing business and adopting a more holistic approach to dealing with homelessness in a wide-ranging interview reflecting on his first year in office.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents approved dozens of fee increases, including one that amounts to a tuition hike for Nevada State College’s nursing programs.
Former Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson claims in a complaint with a state commission that the city discriminated against her because she is a black woman.
Nevada’s 1970s shield law protecting journalists from having to reveal sources applies to digital as well as legacy media, the state’s highest court ruled Thursday.
The Nevada judiciary processed tens of thousands of cases in fiscal 2019, according to a new report, making a significant dent in a pending backlog of cases.
Richard Bryan, a former U.S. senator and Nevada governor, said Wednesday that he’s endorsing Joe Biden for president in 2020, giving the former vice president the backing of one of the biggest names in the state’s Democratic circles.
State Sen. Keith Pickard, R-Henderson, was briefly hospitalized last weekend after he collapsed at his home and underwent an emergency procedure to insert a pacemaker in his heart.