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Audit shows Tesla met requirements for tax breaks in Nevada

Independent auditors concluded Tesla Motors Inc. met all conditions for tax abatements and credits during the eight months after lawmakers approved the perks in a special 2014 legislative session.

Nevada lawmakers pass surprise school choice resolution

Nevada lawmakers passed a surprise resolution Saturday expressing its intent to exempt military families and children under 7 from the 100-day rule to receive state support to attend private schools.

Legislation inching forward on tax abatements, incentives for Faraday Future

A package of bills that will bring electric car maker Faraday Future to Apex in Southern Nevada crawled toward approval Friday in the Nevada Legislature, but the special session to get the $1 billion auto plant deal finalized will continue at least one more day.

Nevada legislators flock to special session for Faraday

Nevada lawmakers convened in special session late Wednesday and took care of procedural business before recessing for the night, all in preparation to consider tax breaks for electric car start-up Faraday Future.

Nevada Legislature to see big changes after 2016 election

New political opportunities, term limits and retirements will combine to produce significant changes to the makeup of the Nevada Legislature in the 2016 election year.

State threatens Assemblywoman Fiore with business shutdown

The state Department of Health and Human Services has told Assemblywoman Michele Fiore that she must let inspectors into her home health care business or face the potential loss of her license.

Top Clark County school officials face loss of health care benefits

A new state law prevents school administrators paid more more than $120,000 from joining a collective bargaining unit or negotiating contracts with union help. Their current contract expires June 30, along with their benefits.

Vegas gun show attendees speak out on state law changes

Las Vegas resident Charles Weakland, who managed five gun shops across the valley for 35 years, said one reason he loves to call Nevada home is because of its gun laws.

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