Thirteen employees out of a total of about 30 working at the 24/7 shelter and resource center for the homeless have been terminated and replaced since January.
A debate in the Nevada Legislature over a proposed Office of New Americans turned into an argument over immigration policies on Monday.
China raised tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. imports Monday and President Donald Trump responded with a series of salvos on Twitter that warned China that as Beijing retaliates, the trade war will only get worse.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection started accepting applications Monday for a judgeship left open by the retirement of Douglas Smith.
Spokeswoman Deanna Congileo said in a statement Monday afternoon that Carter fell at his home in Plains, Georgia, while leaving to go turkey hunting.
Nevada state Senate Democrats on Monday unveiled a long-awaited proposal to revamp the state’s decades-old school funding formula, presenting a plan that would go into effect in two years.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry confirmed he’d agreed to a timetable to remove a half-metric ton of plutonium that was covertly shipped to Nevada.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is coming out against a comprehensive nondiscrimination bill that faces long odds in Congress.
The Supreme Court decided Monday that one state cannot unwillingly be sued in the courts of another, overruling a 40-year precedent.
Nevada lawmakers will tackle affordable housing, recognizing gay marriage, a special office for immigrant affairs and making traffic violations civil offenses and not crimes.