A judge on Friday prohibited the Nevada prison system from using its supply of a sedative in the lethal injection of condemned killer Scott Dozier, essentially halting the possible execution for the foreseeable future.
A District Court judge and a Nevada appellate court judge vying for a seat on the state’s high court delved into their potential roles on Friday.
Republican brothel owner Dennis Hof is already envisioning higher political office for himself, as he anticipates an easy victory over a Democrat Lesia Romanov for the Assembly District 36 seat.
Backers of the measure, Question 1 on the November ballot, say it will ensure “equal rights for crime victims” in Nevada by embedding rules into the state constitution.
Democrats have accused Nevada Republican Attorney General Adam Laxalt of violating state ethics laws by giving favorable treatment to his gubernatorial campaign.
As the first-year anniversary of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting nears, Rep. Jacky Rosen spoke on the House floor to honor the victims and recognize heroes, noting that “even in our darkest hour, we came together united.”
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: For the third time in four years, Democrat Lesley Cohen will face Republican Stephen Silberkraus for the right to represent Assembly District 29 in what is expected to be one of this year’s most competitive legislative races.
A Las Vegas judge on Thursday agreed to reconsider his decision to overturn a Nevada Assembly election because the winner was late in filing campaign finance reports.
A Koch network-backed nonprofit is throwing more money into the Nevada gubernatorial race as part the group’s effort to boost Republican Adam Laxalt’s chances.
Victims, survivors and heroes of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas were recognized during a Senate floor speech by Republican Dean Heller, who said Wednesday the community “is still grieving and will never be the same.”