As the Legislature considers the future of the scholarships for low-income students, which are funded by business tax credits, a Department of Education study of the program raises questions about its efficacy.
Nevada lawmakers introduced legislation Friday that would abolish the death penalty in the state.
A federal judge on Friday placed some limits on what longtime Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone and his lawyers can say publicly about his criminal case brought by the special counsel in the Russia probe.
A law requiring background checks on private gun sales in Nevada won final passage in the Legislature Friday and was promptly signed by the governor, fulfilling the intent of a 2016 voter initiative that proved unenforceable.
California is likely to sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, the state attorney general said Friday.
Newly sworn-in Clark County Commissioners Justin Jones and Michael Naft plan on Feb. 26 to meet informally with residents in Spring Valley to understand key issues facing the growing southwestern Las Vegas Valley and rural communities.
Democratic Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren will visit Las Vegas on Sunday as part of a seven-state tour about one week after declaring her candidacy for presidency in the 2020 election.
A Las Vegas mayoral aspirant disqualified from running for office after submitting self-drafted paperwork has petitioned a federal court to reverse his exclusion from the election.
The Supreme Court will decide whether the 2020 census can include a question about citizenship that could affect the allocation of seats in the House of Representatives and the distribution of billions of dollars in federal money.
The Trump administration is sending another large shipment of humanitarian aid to the Venezuelan border in Colombia, for the first time using U.S. military aircraft as it increases pressure on Nicolas Maduro to give up power, according to a State Department email sent to Congress.