The disclosure sets up a new clash between the federal government and news organizations and advocates for press freedom, who regard the seizures of reporters’ records as incursions into constitutionally protected newsgathering activity.
Fifty students from the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV celebrated their graduation Friday at the university’s Thomas & Mack Center.
New tax revenue projections and federal aid to the state have left Nevada lawmakers in a far better position than they anticipated when the 2021 Legislature began in February.
The 498 new coronavirus cases and eight deaths reported by the state on Friday capped a week that saw small declines in average daily cases, fatalities and the positivity rate.
Women’s health and equity in the workplace got a high-profile mention from President Joe Biden in his recent speech to a joint session of Congress — with a plea to improve pay, health care, expanded family leave and child care.
A congressional inquiry into the organ transplant industry criticized the Nevada Donor Network for purchasing the tickets and funding board retreats to California wine country.
In a course reversal, the Nevada System of Higher Education announced Thursday it is planning to mandate vaccination, with “some limited exceptions” and several contingencies.
Nearly half of Nevada’s prisoners have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Department of Corrections.
Dozens of Nevada residents have been hospitalized after contracting COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated; two deaths were reported in Clark County.
The Republican governor signed the freshly passed legislation ahead of his impending announcement that he’ll run for reelection in the nation’s largest battleground state.