Nevada’s powerful casino workers’ Culinary Union will hold a series of town halls next week with Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden, the group said Tuesday.
The Metropolitan Police Department still wants to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars from media outlets for records related to the Oct. 1, 2017, massacre.
The Nevada Department of Transportation is implementing a pilot program to deter wrong-way drivers, whose crashes are far more likely to result in death.
Democratic on the House Intelligence Committee voted on party lines to send a reporting detailing alleged abuse of office by President Donald Trump to the Judiciary Committee, which will begin holding impeachment hearings Wednesday.
County officials expect a rush of operators seeking to license their mobile billboards after Jan. 1, when the new ordinance is slated to take effect.
Betsy DeVos promotes new tool for students to compare student loan debt and earning opportunities, and discusses proposal to pull student loan unit from Education Department.
The 30-year department veteran will succeed retiring Chief Greg Cassell, who has occupied the role for nearly five years.
The board of county commissioners unanimously voted to endorse Virgin’s plan to obtain industrial development bond financing from state department of business and industry.
Kamala Harris is expected to announce the end of her Democratic presidential campaign, according to a campaign official.
In a sharp role reversal, President Donald Trump became NATO’s biggest booster, ready to mow down any who question the alliance, as he slammed French President Emmanuel Macron for saying a “very, very nasty statement” about the alliance.