Nevada’s 1970s shield law protecting journalists from having to reveal sources applies to digital as well as legacy media, the state’s highest court ruled Thursday.
George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley, who testified in impeachment hearings on Wednesday, has a long history in Nevada, including representing workers at the secret Area 51 base near Groom Lake.
Federal prosecutors have been waiting more than a year for an appeals court to decide whether to resurrect the criminal case against Cliven Bundy and several co-defendants.
Nevada’s powerful casino workers’ Culinary Union will hold a series of town halls next week with Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden, the group said Tuesday.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has issued an executive order requiring state agencies to cooperate with other governments, the private sector and Native American tribes to find ways to combat climate change in the state.
A swath of federal land in southeastern Nevada will not be auctioned off as planned after warnings that fracking there could threaten Mesquite’s water supply.
A two-day court hearing on a controversial and embattled proposal to pump groundwater from rural eastern Nevada to the Las Vegas Valley gets underway Tuesday in Ely.
The audit outlined several areas that could be improved upon to increase transparency and trust as the state moves forward in expanding the number of cannabis dispensaries.
The Nye County courthouse has been closed through the holiday weekend because of bedbugs in the building, officials said Thursday.
A proposed constitutional amendment would take the responsibility of drawing districts away from the Legislature and giving it to an independent commission.