Gov. Brian Sandoval expressed confidence Sunday that he’ll be able to work well with a more conservative Legislature, although he said he may need to tweak his plans for major tax reform with new GOP lawmakers in mind.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., hit a nerve last week when the Senate voted on a Department of Energy nominee with ties to Yucca Mountain. Make that a couple of nerves.
New state Attorney General Adam Laxalt has big plans for Nevada, including offering more legal help for veterans, outlawing campaign gifts to the office, protecting the state from federal intrusion and continuing some of his predecessor’s priorities of protecting residents from harm and criminal scams.
A Beatty-area rancher might have a way to keep his Nye County community from joining Nevada’s long list of ghost towns. It all depends on two wheels, hiking boots, running shoes and horses.
Nevada government’s response to the state’s mental health system crisis resulted in improvements this year, but there’s more work to be done. Gov. Brian Sandoval’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Council will do some of that work when it meets in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Four of the last Pearl Harbor survivors from Southern Nevada recalled that horrific morning 73 years ago on Dec. 7, 1941, when swarms of Japanese warplanes attacked the Hawaiian territory island, Oahu.
In a symbolic gesture of disapproval, U.S. House Republicans last week approved a bill to nullify President Barack Obama’s executive order shielding millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.