The dispute, which revolves around dues and transparency, is the latest sign of a frayed relationship between the two labor groups.
Legal aid groups that ramped up to help Nevada’s DACA participants renew work permits as the deadline approaches say demand for the assistance has been much less than anticipated.
A Republican bill to repeal Obamacare and redistribute federal funds in block grants would take money from 34 states — including Nevada — over the first seven years, according to an analysis released Wednesday.
In a mysterious geological phenomenon, shockwaves from the quakes traveled a distance of more than 1,500 miles to churned the water inside Devils Hole, 80 miles west of Las Vegas.
Esther Rodriguez Brown saw panic in the young woman’s eyes. After about 10 years of serving victims of sex trafficking, it is a look she knows well.
Nevada is preparing a package in response to Amazon’s request for proposals for what the tech giant is calling Amazon HQ2.
A day after a deadly earthquake struck Mexico City, University of Nevada scientists will mimic quakes to test new bridge designs developed to help the structures better withstand violent temblors.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will convene the Governor’s Opioid State Action Accountability Taskforce on Monday to hear updates from state and federal agencies combating the opioid crisis in Nevada.
Washoe County health district officials say a south Reno resident has contracted the county’s first case of hantavirus since 2006.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development approved about $221,386 in tax abatements to Tissue Life on Thursday. The company is estimated to generate more than $17.1 million in new tax revenue over 10 years.