Gov. Brian Sandoval issued his first veto of the legislative session Friday, vetoing a bill that would have allowed courts to grant special awards to injured workers.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law Friday morning a bill that allows people in the country illegally to legally drive in Nevada starting in January.
A sure sign that the Nevada Legislature is on track to adjourn by a Monday deadline emerged Thursday when some of the half dozen budget bills needed to fund the operation of state government for the two years beginning July 1 were introduced.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday signed Senate Bill 388, updating Nevada’s “infamous crimes against nature” law and ending discrimination against consenting same-gender partners.
State lawmakers considered a last-minute effort on Thursday to fund police and fire services in North Las Vegas as the city teeters on the brink of financial ruin.
When visitors stop by the Clemens home, Duke and Louis barrel toward them, jump in their laps and sniff them.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a bill that removes archaic language from a 1950s law passed during the Cold War era of constant tension between the United States and the Soviet Union.
The Nevada Senate backed a bill Wednesday that would set up medical marijuana dispensaries and grow farms across the state.
Nevada Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick said Wednesday she is not pushing Majestic Realty’s initiative to partner with the state to build a $770 million domed 60,000-seat stadium near the UNLV campus.
A modern-day abolitionist movement that includes Las Vegas law enforcement officials, the state attorney general’s office, legislators and grass-roots activists wants to reclassify the pimps who dominate the world’s oldest profession as modern-day slave traders.