Twenty years after she dropped out of high school, Jill Robinson, now 34, donned her cap and gown Monday and received her associate’s degree in psychology from the College of Southern Nevada.
“Coincidences” keep piling up in the narrative liberals are spinning about Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett’s secret recording of a March 2016 conversation with Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
You have to be a different breed of human being to allow a pit bull around a child or let the dog wander the neighborhood without a leash.
The Clark County School District police lieutenant who was fired after he revealed himself as an FBI informant will be reinstated to his same position with more than two years retroactive pay, an arbitrator clarified last week.
A Nevada Senate committee approved a bill Monday allowing terminally ill people to obtain life-ending drugs from a doctor.
An investigation by the Nye County Sheriff’s Office has concluded that staff at the Nevada Southern Detention Center in Pahrump did not commit any criminal violations when they disciplined incarcerated rancher Ammon Bundy, who is accused of organizing an assault on federal agents.
The legal battle over the state-mandated reorganization of the Clark County School District is over, after the district announced Monday it is dropping the lawsuit against the state.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed bills Monday extending benefits to children of state workers killed on the job and protecting highway crews working along the roadside.
Assembly Bill 260 is aimed squarely at the demand side of Nevada’ sex trafficking problem: the solicitors of prostitutes.
A bill that would provide separate legal counsel to the state Gaming Control Board and Gaming Commission was introduced Monday in the Assembly Ways and Means Committee.