As more and more drivers with ride-hailing services take to Nevada roads, their impact is being felt at the department charged with overseeing them.
Nevada lawmakers are expected Tuesday to hear a new version of the background check initiative that state voters approved two years ago but never implemented.
A conservative internet talk show host and figure in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff wants to interview President Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone while Stone is under federal indictment.
The cost of building the city of Las Vegas’ courtyard for the homeless continues to climb as the “scope and site” of the ambitious project expands.
Senate Bill 135, introduced on the Senate floor Thursday, it would require the state’s executive branch to negotiate with labor organizations representing state workers on issues such as wages, benefits and other employment terms.
The latest motion, filed in the same court that issued the previous denial, is “another step in our aggressive, multifaceted legal strategy prevent Nevada from becoming a parking lot for nuclear weapons and waste,” Attorney General Aaron Ford said in a statement.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved President Donald Trump’s pick for attorney general.