U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto teamed up with data analytics company FICO Monday to talk to Nevadans about the importance of keeping track of their credit scores.
State lawmakers introduced 141 new bills Monday in what was the busiest day yet in the 120-day Nevada Legislature. And they are expected to introduce at least that many Tuesday.
Richard Bunker had what it took to be high-profile — power, good looks, an articulate way of speaking — but he let his work do the talking.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard called for a “movement of peace” on Monday, describing a future in which the U.S. refrains from ill-conceived “regime-change wars” abroad and instead invests trillions of dollars into causes at home.
Senate Bill 259, which was introduced on Monday, would allow doctors licensed in other jurisdictions to practice in Nevada under a provisional six-month license while the medical licensing boards consider their applications.
About 30 people rallied on Monday in Las Vegas in support of Assembly Bill 236, which would reform Nevada’s criminal justice system.
A bipartisan bill that would remove the statute of limitations on reporting and prosecuting sex crimes where DNA evidence has been collected is running into a partial snag due to the lack of a statewide standard on how long unprocessed rape kits must be retained.
Beto O’Rourke’s Democratic presidential campaign says he raised more than $6 million online during the first 24 hours after he announced his White House bid last week.