Some Republicans in Congress say they will fight to overturn the designation of Nevada’s Gold Butte and Bears Ears in Utah for federal protection, but President-elect Trump doesn’t have the power to turn back the clock, experts say.
A new law requiring background checks for private party gun sales in Nevada is unenforceable because it specifically prohibits the state from running those checks through its databases, the attorney general’s office said in an opinion issued Wednesday.
Women will make up 40 percent of the Legislature in 2017, tying Nevada with Colorado and Vermont as the states with the highest percentage of women legislators. That will benefit all Nevadans, they say.
Sen. Harry Reid, who is retiring after a three-decade political career that saw him rise higher than any Nevada politician before him, has always been the go-to lawmaker on all things related to gaming, tourism and transportation.
Nevada officials restored the state’s online registration system for medical marijuana cards a week after a “problem” forced them to take it down.
Utah and Nevada ranked as the nation’s two fastest-growing states over the past year, according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates for 2016 released Tuesday.
Chuck Allen said his decision not to run again in 2018 stems from a desire to spend more time with his family.
Settlement ends seven-year legal battle by aspiring plastic surgeon who was dropped from plastic surgery residency program.
A multi-state agreement aimed at slowing the decline of Lake Mead can’t be finished until California finds a way to solve two major, long-simmering environmental fights, top water managers said Thursday.
A signature gatherer for the Green Party was indicted Thursday by a grand jury in Las Vegas on 15 felony counts for allegedly faking signatures on a petition seeking to qualify the minor party for the Nevada ballot.