Assembly Bill 121 aims to codify in statute practices already followed by lawmakers pursuant to recommendations issued by the Legislative Counsel Bureau.
A proposed constitutional amendment that would give the Legislature more control over governance of higher education in Nevada began its second required trip through the legislative process Thursday, potentially on its way to a question before voters in 2020.
Public-private partnerships and changing zoning laws are key to building affordable housing, the U.S. government’s top housing executive said while visiting Las Vegas on Thursday morning.
A federal judge ordered Roger Stone not to discuss his criminal case with anyone and issued a stinging reprimand Thursday over the longtime Trump confidant’s decision to post a photo on Instagram of the judge with what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun.
U.S. senator and presidential candidate Cory Booker will hold a campaign event in North Las Vegas this weekend.
The White House tried to tamp down expectations ahead of the second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next week in Hanoi, Vietnam.
A new Marriott convention hotel for Symphony Park has been approved by Las Vegas leaders, drawing a $95 million investment to an integral downtown development with the promise of jobs.
Former Nevada Department of Taxation Director Deonne Contine has been appointed to lead the state’s Department of Administration, Gov. Steve Sisolak’s office announced Thursday.