The declaration extension gives state, tribal, eligible local governments and some nonprofits more time to apply for federal funds for emergency work, replacement and repairs.
Nevada Supreme Court Justice James Hardesty stood proudly outside the 26,600-square-foot marble structure at Clark Avenue and Fourth Street on Friday, pointing to the county, state and court seals etched around the top.
Doctors and traffic safety researchers urged Nevada lawmakers Thursday to pass a bill making seat belt violations a primary offense.
Nevada students would be mandated to start school at age 5 and could start as young as 4 in pre-kindergarten programs under a bill introduced in the Assembly Wednesday.
The Trump budget proposal would boost Energy Department spending on managing the nation’s nuclear stockpile and reviving the Yucca Mountain storage facility in Nevada.
Nevada’s advisory committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights heard from civic leaders Wednesday that municipal fines and fees adversely burden low-income, minority communities.
Federal prosecutor Steven Myhre has been named acting U.S. attorney following the resignation last week of Nevada U.S. Attorney Daniel Bogden.
Payments to Pyramid Lake and Walker River Paiute tribes arise from federal court case that required establishment of polling sites on reservations.
Despite president’s recent sympathetic comments about their plight, many so-called Dreamers fear they too could face deportation.
Nevada officials were bracing Wednesday for more details to determine how the new Republican health care replacement bill would impact the state and its residents.