Environmentalists and Native American tribes are among those opposing a federal lands bill backed by Clark County that they say could hasten a plan to pipe rural water down to Las Vegas.
Nevada’s Pharmacy Board collected fees from drug wholesalers, but only erratically conducted the checks, Gov. Steve Sisolak reported Tuesday.
Joe Grogan, a senior White House adviser, will pitch a “non-ideological” approach to health care during a speech to the HLTH Conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
Rep. Dina Titus says she appreciates the significance of being the only Nevada lawmaker on the panel hearing closed-door testimony about President Donald Trump and his controversial telephone call with the president of Ukraine.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang was not well-received at a Las Vegas presidential forum on Saturday, while fellow candidates Julian Castro and Bernie Sanders were.
A federal judge ruled Monday that Nevada can file an amended lawsuit to ask the federal government to remove a half-ton of plutonium secretly shipped to the state last year.
Craig Hoover, a rangeland specialist with the federal agency, said he was terminated after reporting illegal livestock grazing in eastern Nevada.
Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto said she would take a close look at Judge Jennifer Togliatti, who was nominated for a seat on Nevada’s federal bench.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., a 2020 candidate for president, has signed a petition to UNR administration calling for the school to take action against instances of white supremacy on campus.
Hot, dry winds sweeping into Southern California raised concerns that the region’s largest utility could widen power shutoffs Friday to prevent equipment from sparking wildfires.