Lawyers for the Vistana Homeowners Association argued to a judge Tuesday that they are entitled to $7 million in damages from a law firm they say helped to advance a fraud scheme.
Assembly Bill 293 would allow each political party to have a presidential preference primary instead of a caucus. The move could reshape how Nevada voters help pick the Republican and Democratic nominees for president.
Christopher Klemp, a key figure in an alleged administrative cover-up within the Clark County School District Police Department, is keeping his job after he won a grievance against the district.
Nevada students would be required to take an ethnic and diversity studies program in high school under a measure introduced Tuesday.
The biggest debate during Tuesday’s pot extravaganza at the Nevada Legislature revolved around brownies and gummy bears.
Bills protecting domestic well owners from possible water cutoffs and authorizing the state engineer to limit how much domestic wells can pump in over-appropriated basins drew little opposition Tuesday.
The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National Park.
Nevada Department of Wildlife biologists discover the containers once used to ship weapons of war are ideal breeding grounds for fish that lives only in a few remaining pools in northern Clark County.
Las Vegas Review-Journal photographer Chase Stevens and Washington correspondent Gary Martin were recently honored for their work.
There’s a compelling conservative case to be made against the death penalty, but it’s not what you think.