Clark County commissioners on Tuesday are scheduled to vote to appoint a replacement for Justice of the Peace Deborah Lippis, who resigned in September.
The Nevada Legislature passed a law in 2015 putting control over firearms, accessories and ammunition in the “exclusive domain of the Legislature,” and renders any contrary law, rule or ordinance “to the contrary null and void.”
Edgar Reyes of North Las Vegas and Steven Schwinkendorf of Pahrump pleaded guilty to destruction of government property for their actions at Devils Hole on April 30, 2016, the National Park Service announced Friday.
GOP lawmakers, the Trump administration and Democrats were sharply divided over public land use and a Nevada standoff between federal law enforcement and a militia led by Cliven Bundy before he was freed from jail. Now those positions have hardened and the battle is moving to Congress.
On Thursday, officials announced the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles had become the first in the nation to partner with the Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking.
Immigration officials say they arrested 21 employees suspected of being undocumented immigrants in the sweep of 98 convenience stores in the U.S. A top ICE officials calls the operation “the first of many.”
State game wardens ask public’s help locating the poacher or poachers who killed an adult moose last month near Jarbidge, about 500 miles north of Las Vegas, and removed its head and most of its meat.
Dayle Elieson, who took over Friday as interim United States attorney in Nevada, is essentially unknown in the state, and Las Vegas attorneys are perplexed by the choice.
Three people formally filed to run for the Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday, the first day judicial candidates were allowed to file.