The Secretary of State’s office has closed an investigation that it opened after an April story in the Reno Gazette Journal questioned North Las Vegas state Sen. Pat Spearman’s campaign spending, according to a letter sent from the office to Spearman.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin shares Pelosi’s sentiments, though his top priority is to increase the borrowing cap.
A public apology from Jesus Jara was not enough to calm concerns from a rowdy crowd who came out Thursday night to protest the decision to eliminate 170 secondary deans.
Republicans and Democrats reacted to an interview in which President Trump said he’d accept damaging information about an opponent from Russia, even as the debate over the legality of doing so continued.
North Las Vegas officials approved the purchase of land in downtown to develop a library and park, and transform a closed school into a community space.
Nevada officials say they are unified in opposing the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste storage facility at Yucca Mountain, even as Congress is considering bills to restore funding to the stalled plan.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill that strengthens Nevada’s public records law, making it easier and cheaper for people to get public records and providing for fines if public agencies willfully flout the law.
The Vegas Golden Knights want to embrace sustainability in the team’s future community ice arena in downtown Henderson.
Nevada’s Board of Examiners Thursday approved a $25 million settlement in a lawsuit that might have cost the state hundreds of millions if it had gone to trial.
Reality star and activist Kim Kardashian West took a star turn at the White House on Thursday to promote efforts to help those leaving prison get jobs and stay on track.