Hundreds of bills were passed by the 2019 Nevada Legislature: Here’s how many of those new laws will affect everyday people.
Candidates for Las Vegas City Council sought support for their bids from unions, businesses, elected officials and individuals, with varying degrees of success.
The union and a company linked to the controversial proposed Badlands golf course development have contributed money to help former Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman get elected, but she says she’s running an independent campaign.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee up to this point has remained silent about the general election campaign to serve Ward 4 on the City Council.
Henderson City Manager Richard Derrick will get at least one more year on the job and a $10,000 bonus, the city council decided this week.
Friday night President Donald Trump announced on Twitter a signed agreement with Mexico to postpone new tariffs on all Mexican imports scheduled to begin Monday in exchange for Mexico’s agreement to take strong measures to stem migration at the U.S. Mexican border.
Reps. Dina Titus, Susie Lee and Steven Horsford held a news conference Friday in Las Vegas to celebrate passage of a key immigration bill, but each expressed frustration over its unlikely ratification.
In February 2018, Las Vegas officials launched a program to provide young people with job training. The results, they say, have been overwhelmingly positive.
The legislation provides for awareness training for families of at-risk individuals and increased suicide prevention efforts in public schools.
After two days of intense criticism, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden reversed course Thursday and declared that he no longer supports a long-standing congressional ban on using federal health care money to pay for abortions.