Two Nevada lawmakers say they are interested in exploring a law that would allow college athletes to make money from endorsement deals and other uses of their image and names.
Nevada Rep. Dina Titus spoke at a Las Vegas dispensary Monday to acknowledge the U.S. House of Representatives’ passage of a bill to let cannabis companies use banks and credit unions.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider prosecuting misdemeanor domestic violence cases under a new city code that would not ban those convicted of the crime from possessing firearms, in order to avoid having to hold jury trials for the offense.
The state’s Commission on School Funding met for the first time on Friday, the first of many steps toward revamping Nevada’s 52-year-old education funding formula.
The contract, similar to the one sealed with teachers this month and offered to other employee groups, also includes a 4 percent increase in health care contributions for each year of the contract.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman sponsors a proposed ordinance that would prevent homeless from sitting, sleeping on streets if shelter beds are available.
The 27-year Air Force veteran, a resident of Las Vegas for more than 30 years, died on Sept. 16 in Illinois at the age of 90.
The Nevada Press Association recognized the efforts of several state lawmakers — state Sens. David Parks, Melanie Scheible, Ben Kieckhefer, Jason Frierson — and Gov. Steve Sisolak for their efforts in passing a bill to strengthen the state’s public records laws.
Tanya Flanagan, president of the Susan G. Komen Nevada board of directors, has declared her intention to run for the Clark County Commission.
President Donald Trump is skeptical about UFOs, but other politicians claim to have seen them, and former Nevada Sen. Harry Reid even allocated money to pay for researching UFOs.