The funding bill, Senate Bill 543, now heads to the Assembly for action with five days remaining in the session. The Senate voted 18-3 to approve it after debate.
The White House wanted the U.S. Navy to keep a warship named for the late Sen. John McCain out of President Donald Trumps view during his trip to Japan, three U.S. officials said Wednesday.
The U.S. has accused Tehran of being behind a string of incidents this month, including the alleged sabotage of oil tankers off the Emirati coast.
Boulder City officials this week received an unsolicited anonymous donation of more than $1.34 million to benefit a community pool at Broadbent Park.
The Democratic National Committee has dropped the Las Vegas Review-Journal poll from its list of surveys that determine which candidates are eligible to participate in primary debates, even though the newspaper does not plan to conduct polls before the February 2020 caucus.
An amended version of a sweeping gun-control law was approved by a Nevada legislative committee Wednesday.
Rep. Steven Horsford joined outdoor advocates Wednesday at a North Las Vegas park to call for more funding for the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider a deal next week to build a soccer stadium on the site of Cashman Field to house a Major League Soccer expansion franchise.
Sen. John Barrasso said “it’s time to end the political games” and complete the licensing on the Department of Energy’s application to build a permanent nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain.
Small and mid-size businesses want the federal government to follow through on a promise to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure — including roads, bridges and internet.