Pushing back on a bill to give state employees the right to engage in collective bargaining, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce has released a study saying the move could add $1.7 billion to the annual cost of state government in 20 years.
Worried about the number of third graders who could be held back after the next school year, some Nevada Democrats are looking to make big changes to the state’s Ready by Grade 3 law.
President Donald Trump denied he was “cleaning house” in the Department of Homeland Security Tuesday as wary Republican senators tried to warn Trump off from demanding further resignations.
The bill to create the “One October” specialty license plate in Nevada and distribute a portion of fee revenues to the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center was heard on Tuesday by lawmakers.
Switch has filed a lawsuit against the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, claiming the agency is retaliating against the data center company for leaving NV Energy.
Four top television journalists shared their experiences covering the sometimes-chaotic administration of President Donald Trump.
Yucca Mountain advocates pushed Tuesday to get a House spending panel to double a White House proposal for federal funds to jump start licensing hearings for the proposed nuclear waste storage site in Nevada over strong objections from the state.
Rebecca Feiden previously served as director and then acting executive director of the Achievement School District, which allows charter schools to either take over or compete against underperforming traditional public schools.
A congressional hearing on online hate turned into a vivid demonstration of the problem Tuesday when a YouTube livestream of the proceedings was bombarded with racist and anti-Semitic comments.
Attorney General William Barr says he will release a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation within a week.