After saying he would donate his salary until education in Nevada was fixed last month, Democratic governor candidate Steve Sisolak on Monday rolled out his road map to get there.
House lawmakers with nuclear power plants in their congressional districts on Monday decried federal failure to license and construct a permanent repository at Yucca Mountain as two Nevada congresswomen argued against storing waste in the state.
A former Las Vegas police detective who said he supports the voluntary arming of teachers announced his candidacy for Clark County sheriff over the weekend.
Candidate filing opened with a flurry of activity Monday, setting the stage for contentious primaries in a crucial election year.
Candidates for most of Nevada’s nonjudicial offices, including U.S. Senate, Congress, governor and more, can file paperwork beginning today with the state or municipal elections office, depending on the seat they’re running for.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s 12-member Gaming Policy Committee is poised to uphold the state’s previously approved stance that licensed gaming companies not have business relationships with Nevada’s marijuana industry.