With his retirement next year, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s days as a Capitol Hill power broker might be numbered. But on the fundraising trail the Nevadan evidently still can rake it in from Democratic special interests.
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.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Tuesday it has picked a new director for its embattled regional office in Reno.
A bill that seeks a posthumous pardon for boxing legend Jack Johnson has advanced in Congress.
A man was hospitalized in critical condition following a late Friday night stabbing, Las Vegas police said.
Following a series of highly criticized actions, including allegations that she dismissed cases out of spite for the city attorney and put her personal legal expenses on a city purchasing card, North Las Vegas Municipal Judge Catherine Ramsey is set to face a recall vote.
A new grassroots organization is starting in Nevada that will advocate in the public policy arena to advance limited government and fiscally conservative values.
Local government entities spent just over $3.3 million on lobbying lawmakers in the just-concluded 2015 legislative session, a report released Tuesday by the Nevada Department of Taxation shows.