Nevada Rep. Dina Titus and an Oregon Democrat are threatening the hearing over the lease of federal property in Washington, D.C., to the Trump Organization.
The bipartisan Building Blocks of STEM Act was signed into law by President Donald Trump on Dec. 24 after approval by the House and Senate.
The Democratic challenger to President Donald Trump and the fate of the Democratic majority in the House are two elections Nevadans will play a large role in next year.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak Thursday announced he’d elevated Public Utilities Commissioner Hayley Williamson to the three-member board’s chairwoman.
An outdoor sculpture park near Beatty, a train and bike trail in Ely and television ads to promote Nevada’s Cowboy Country are among the projects being funded.
The numbers, reflecting the first year of signups through the state’s new online marketplace, were down 7.4 percent from last year’s preliminary total of 83,600.
Looking back, retired U.S. senator Harry Reid says defending Russell Payne of Las Vegas was “the most challenging and bizarre case of my lawyer life.”
Through a series of trades, efforts to lure settlers and some shady dealings, much of the 4 million acres originally given to the state to benefit public education is now gone.
Nearly two months after much of the Nevada Board of Dental Examiners resigned or was not reappointed, Gov. Steve Sisolak filled the board with new members he hopes will improve its operations.
Proposed legislation would allow the Air Force access to portions of a wildlife refuge north of Las Vegas for training, but conserve lands for native species and the public.