Former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn is not ready to be sentenced yet because “there may be additional cooperation” he can offer as he tries to reduce his potential punishment, according to a court filing Tuesday night.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has signed Nevada onto the U.S. Climate Alliance, joining 22 other states in a commitment to reduce greenhouse emissions and the effects of climate change.
State Board of Education on Tuesday recommends trio who all have leadership experience in Nevada’s education system.
A year and a half after the Las Vegas Review-Journal won a court ruling stating that autopsy reports are public records, the Clark County coroner continues to refuse to make the documents available to media and the public.
A state ban on bump stocks, mirroring a federal regulation slated to take effect later this month, hit the state Senate floor on Tuesday – a standalone proposal that could also be included in a more comprehensive gun control bill coming later this session.
President Donald Trump’s 2020 budget calling for $4.7 trillion in spending landed with a thud Tuesday in the House Budget Committee where Democrats said the irresponsible blueprint calls for extreme cuts to Medicare, Medicaid and other programs.
Nevada is asking a federal judge to order the removal of a half-metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium that was secretly shipped into the state by the U.S. Department of Energy last year.
Independent Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders will visit Henderson on Saturday, the most recent in a string of presidential contenders vying for the 2020 Democratic nomination to run against President Trump.
Nye County Commissioners have demanded that state lawmakers “cease any action” restricting Second Amendment rights in response to the passage of a gun background check law that has also drawn the ire of the county sheriff.