Former state Sen. Allison Copening died Saturday after a cardiac event earlier this month.
Nevada Army Guard Sgt. 1st Class David Gallagher was remembered as fit, courageous and dedicated at a memorial service Friday at the Clark County Armory.
But State Engineer Jason King made it clear that his hand was forced by a court order he doesn’t agree with and left the door open for future approval of the project.
Last week, advocates held a live Q&A with the Clark County School District budget chief and challenged legislators at a public meeting to step up to the plate. Other behind-the-scenes organizing efforts also are quietly building momentum.
Another bleak runoff forecast prompts pointed warning from the Bureau of Reclamation to states that rely on the Colorado: Get serious about finalizing a plan to leave more water in Lake Mead.
Civil rights leader U.S. Rep. John Lewis spent his lifetime fighting for racial equality and human rights, but the 78-year-old icon stopped in Las Vegas on Sunday with a new mission to support education for the next generation.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife’s new reality show is sort of like “The Real Housewives of Reno,” only with feathers.
EPA chief Scott Pruitt said the Trump administration is “righting the wrongs” of President Barack Obama by reversing regulations designed to “weaponize” the agency and punish the fossil fuel industry.
Health care was one five critical policy areas discussed Wednesday at the Southern Nevada Forum, a confab with lawmakers to discuss legislative priorities for 2019.
President Donald Trump and casino mogul Steve Wynn have been bitter competitors who have bad-mouthed each other, sued each other and poached each other’s top employees in a decades-long faceoff as they jostled to be top dog in the high-stakes casino-friendly Atlantic City.