Clark County commissioners introduced an ordinance to consider a development agreement with Jackie Robinson, whose arena and hotel project has been on the drawing board for years.
If the Supreme Court decides that discrepancies did prevent the election for a Clark County commission seat, it would be overturning a lower court ruling.
Between 4,500 and 5,000 appointments were booked for Tuesday at a mass vaccination site in downtown Las Vegas, less than its 7,000 capacity.
Present statewide mandates limit the capacity at senior centers to 50 percent.
Lawmakers in Carson City will be working hard to meet an April 9 deadline for bills to pass out of committee or be considered dead for the rest of the session.
President Joe Biden unveiled a sweeping $2.3 trillion jobs bill in Pittsburgh on Wednesday that includes $621 billion in spending on infrastructure projects that could include highway and high-speed rail proposals for Nevada.
Outdoor basketball is back after Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a directive Monday enabling full- and close-contact sports to resume.
Nevada lawmakers debated a bill Monday that would require more than a positive blood test for THC or marijuana metabolite to determine if a driver is impaired.
An eviction moratorium expected to expire this week was extended Monday by Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Nevada lawmakers on Friday took a bill in the state Legislature that would require all single-stall public bathrooms to be gender neutral.