Opinions differ on whether the half ton of weapons-grade plutonium secretly shipped by the U.S. government to the Nevada National Security Site could impact residents’ health and the environment.
In an interview, Jan Jones Blackhurst spoke to the Review-Journal about treatment on the campaign trail, why she chose to publicize her diagnosis at the time and her thoughts on Goodman’s “bravery.”
Arizona lawmakers ceased their squabbling and signed onto an emergency drought plan for the Colorado River Thursday afternoon, just hours before they ran out of time to avoid federal intervention.
The freshman Democrat says assignment will enable her to make sure the VA is providing care and benefits “in the most effective way so that our veterans are cared for in a timely manner without abusing taxpayer dollars.”
President Donald Trump is “disappointed” the FBI couldn’t figure out what specifically motivated a gunman to carry out the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.
The secret transfer of one-half metric tons of weapons-grade plutonium from South Carolina to the Nevada National Security Site, 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas, was revealed in a court filing Wednesday.
Laborers Local 872 wants to recall Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Seroka over his opposition to development at the Badlands Golf Course.
In the last 13 months, Clark County and the cities of Las Vegas, Henderson and Reno have hired the Eglet Prince law firm to sue opioid manufacturers.
Ruben Kihuen, the former federal and Nevada lawmaker, filed paperwork to run for Las Vegas City Council, joining former Assemblywoman Olivia Diaz on Wednesday as two high-profile candidates pitted against each other in a downtown district.
A supermajority of residents at the condominium tower voted to allow the homeowners association to regulate illegitimate short-term rentals, targeting a point of contention that had never been addressed by condo policy since the building opened in 2008.