Nevada could soon join the ranks of states that have been sued over the way they fund public education. Several activist groups in Nevada have indicated they are considering such a step.
The unprecedented order issued this week by State Engineer Jason King prohibits new domestic wells anywhere in the Pahrump Valley unless property owners first purchase existing water rights.
Nearly 91,000 Nevadans enrolled in coverage for 2018 through the state exchange created by the Affordable Care Act during a shortened sign-up period, new data show. That exceeded the total for last year by about 1,900.
Egan Walker, a family court judge in Washoe County, was selected from three finalists for the vacancy on the Washoe County District Court bench created by the death in October of Chief Judge Patrick Flanagan .
Changes have come to security at Hoover Dam, with National Park Service rangers taking over law enforcement duties from the now-defunct Bureau of Reclamation police department.
State Board of Agriculture votes to seek a nonprofit group to manage 3,000 free-roaming mustangs in Northern Nevada, a move that critics say could ultimately put the horses at risk of slaughter.
The calls for Rep. Ruben Kihuen’s resignation came quickly — much too quickly.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is reviewing a proposal to allow at least 80,000 participants and eventually as many as 100,000 at Burning Man in the Black Rock Desert, which is currently limited to 68,000.
Two new names and one familiar one are headed to the governor for consideration to lead the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority.
Nevada lawmakers on Thursday moved to replenish a state fund earmarked for protecting visiting politicians. The fund was unexpectedly depleted in the wake of the Oct. 1 mass shooting, which prompted visits from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.