YOU CAN ASK TRUMP A QUESTION, BUT WILL HE DRINK?
Nevada’s new law expanding firearm background checks to private-party sales and transfers is facing another challenge: a lawsuit contending that it violates of the state Constitution.
A member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir said she has resigned from the famed group over its decision to perform at next month’s inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Nevada elementary schools with kindergarten or pre-kindergarten programs can have their water tested for lead thanks to a grant from the federal government.
The new year ushers in a handful of new laws in Nevada, ranging from recreational marijuana to registration of mopeds.
The United States struck back Thursday at Russia for hacking the U.S. presidential campaign with a sweeping set of punishments targeting Russia’s spy agencies and diplomats.
Don’t expect construction on an extension of the Las Vegas Monorail from MGM Grand to Mandalay Bay to start any time soon.
The city of Las Vegas’ bid for a Major League Soccer franchise was shot down last year, but some city officials are ready to take another shot.
Chris Beecroft Jr., the longtime commissioner of Alternative Dispute Resolution for Clark County District Court, died this week. He was 67.
Former Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore intends to run for Las Vegas City Council in 2017, she confirmed to the Review-Journal on Thursday.