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Zinke chartered oil exec’s plane for Las Vegas-Montana flight

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke chartered a flight from Las Vegas to near his home in Montana this summer aboard a plane owned by oil-and-gas executives, internal documents show.

Ruling on Southern Nevada water agency’s pipeline project months away

At ongoing hearing, Nevada engineer asks all parties to the disputed plan to siphon groundwater in eastern Nevada and pump it to the Las Vegas area to submit draft proposals spelling out how they think he should rule.

Nevada has massive first month of marijuana sales

Nevada dispensaries raked in more than $27 million during it’s first month of recreational sales and the state pulled in more than $10 million in marijuana taxes and licensing fees, according to figures released Thursday by the Nevada Department of Taxation.

Health secretary to repay government for private plane use

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said on Thursday that he would write a check to the government to cover the cost of his travel on private charter planes.

Christopher Wray installed as FBI director

Christopher Wray was formally installed as the new FBI director Thursday in a ceremony notable for the absence of President Donald Trump.

Nevada Legislature looks to defend law against drug companies

The Nevada Legislature has filed a motion to intervene as a defendant in a federal lawsuit that challenges a state law that requires disclosure of how insulin is priced.

Keith Pickard to leave Nevada Assembly for state Senate bid

Freshman Republican Assemblyman Keith Pickard announced Thursday he will run for the District 20 Senate seat being vacated by Michael Roberson, who is running for lieutenant governor.

Scalise returns to Congress 15 weeks after shooting

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, who was at “imminent risk of death” when he was rushed to the hospital with a gunshot wound 15 weeks ago, returned to work on Thursday.