A House committee will consider a bill Tuesday that would proceed with development of the Yucca Mountain project, but it faces an uncertain future on the floor and in the Senate.
Certified Ag Labs, a marijuana testing facility in Sparks, became the first lab to have its state license suspended after the state announced it was investigating cannabis labs.
After a brief introduction from Nevada Democratic Party Chairman William McCurdy II, MGM Resorts International CEO James Murren introduced a video tribute to former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Some of Nevada’s 34 occupational licensing boards have hired lawyers and lobbyists with user fee money, some of whom occasionally advocate against the interests of the state.
A judge heard arguments over which documents pharmaceutical firms will have to turn over to the state in a lawsuit over Nevada’s opioid epidemic.
A swath of federal land in southeastern Nevada will not be auctioned off as planned after warnings that fracking there could threaten Mesquite’s water supply.
A two-day court hearing on a controversial and embattled proposal to pump groundwater from rural eastern Nevada to the Las Vegas Valley gets underway Tuesday in Ely.
Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Tony Alamo says there’s enough new substance in a proposed regulation on discrimination and harassment to consider it on Nov. 21.
The Nye County courthouse has been closed through the holiday weekend because of bedbugs in the building, officials said Thursday.
Peter Long, who replaces Deonne Contine, has headed the state human resources division since 2016 and previously served 12 years as division deputy.