Nevada Treasurer and Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Schwartz is under fire after he reportedly belittled an opponent’s military experience.
Nevada Democrats filed an ethics complaint Wednesday accusing U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of violating federal law by using his office to raise money for his re-election campaign, the latest strike in one of the nation’s most closely watched races.
Brian Sandoval and Kathleen Sandoval have officially ended their marriage after more than 27 years, becoming the second straight first family to divorce while in office.
A federal advisory panel took a preliminary step Tuesday in a lengthy process to determine if a nuclear waste repository should be built at Yucca Mountain.
The union said the endorsement came on the heels of a candidate forum, where members met with gubernatorial candidates.
A day after Nye County officials yanked the Love Ranch’s brothel license right off the wall, owner Dennis Hof vows he will get it back within days.
President Donald Trump met with state governors Monday in a wide-ranging discussion that focused largely on school safety and the president’s push to encourage “very gun-adept” teachers to carry concealed weapons.
Government bodies have violated Nevada’s open meeting law in numerous ways over the years. The offenses usually aren’t as blatant as the infringement committed Thursday by the Clark County School Board.
The Democratic Governors Association will target Nevada as part of a plan to spend $20 million to elect Democratic governors in eight states.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval opened a winter gathering of the nation’s governors Saturday as they prepare to push the president and Congress on policies on infrastructure, health care, gun violence and measures to combat the opioid crisis.