The bill calls for consent-based siting in new permanent and temporary sites, but not to those in Nevada, New Mexico and Texas currently under review.
The Stonewall Democratic Club of Southern Nevada, an LGBTQ organization, hosted a small but spirited watch party for the first 2020 presidential primary debate.
Nevada Army Guard Sgt. 1st Class David Gallagher was remembered as fit, courageous and dedicated at a memorial service Friday at the Clark County Armory.
North Las Vegas City Attorney Micaela Moore and Deputy City Attorney Christopher Craft were named among the top government lawyers in the state.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to allocate more than $6.1 million in marijuana fees toward adding additional rapid re-housing beds.
U.S. Sen. and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris returned to Las Vegas Friday for campaign events centered on immigration, women’s rights and a $15 minimum wage.
Proposed temporary storage sites for nuclear waste around the country have aroused local opposition, which is putting pressure on Congress to resume building the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site in Nevada.
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.
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.
The paltry turnout underscores the challenge of engaging voters to participate in contests during odd-numbered years, with no state or federal races driving them to the polls.