Rural districts would be frozen at fiscal 2020 funding levels until the amount they receive under the new funding formula matches what they’re currently getting.
Residents moving to the Silver State from U.S. territories are hit with a surprise when they try getting a Nevada driver’s license.
It’s been nine weeks since the start of the 2019 legislative session and we’ve heard many bright ideas for improving public education. But we haven’t addressed the elephant in the room — money.
For the first time in years, many parents, teachers and administrators in the Clark County School District are preparing to make a unified push for adequate education funding during the 2019 legislative session.
If you’re thinking about divorce, you might not want to dillydally, depending on whether you will likely pay alimony or receive it. Starting Jan. 1, 2019, the new tax plan makes some powerful changes affecting alimony.
Gov. Brian Sandoval sat down last week for a one-on-one chat with the Road Warrior to discuss his legacy on transportation projects across the Silver State.
Families can now use 529 plans to pay for private K-12 tuition, but changes in the financing of bonds and the increase in the standard deduction could cost school districts.
Whether 2017 becomes a historical turning point in workplace sexual harassment will remain speculation until time passes and historians look at the long haul.
It’s time to put my credibility as a pundit on the line and offer eight political predictions for 2018.
When bureaucrats waste federal dollars meant to help people save their homes, it makes columnist Jane Ann Morrison crazy. And she’s not alone. U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley, for one, also is upset.