Former Assembly Speaker Joe Dini of Yerington, who presided over the Assembly for a record eight terms in a career that began in 1967, died Thursday. He was 85.
“Nevada in spring puts a spring in the soul; Renewal has scented the air” – poet Waddie Mitchell.
Take the Valley of Fire exit off Interstate 15 north of Las Vegas, and you can’t miss the sign welcoming visitors to the Moapa Tribal Travel Center. It reads, “Tax Free.”
Tensions mounted at the site of a federal cattle roundup in northeastern Clark County on Wednesday, as armed militia group members from Montana set up camp at Cliven Bundy’s ranch house and Bundy family members and supporters scuffled with BLM rangers.
Nevada Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson on Wednesday said Republicans have the best chance in years to retake control of the state Senate in the 2014 elections as the GOP closes the voter registration gap in the three most competitive districts — including his own — that are all in Southern Nevada.
North Las Vegas’ biggest employee union and its firefighters union have agreed to settlements with the city of North Las Vegas.
GOP lieutenant governor candidates Sue Lowden and Mark Hutchison have agreed to a May 12 TV debate on Nevada Newsmakers, a Reno-based political talk show that also airs in Las Vegas, the two campaigns confirmed Tuesday.
The inspector general for the Department of Veterans Affairs is finalizing an investigation into how the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas handled treatment of Sandi Niccum, a 78-year old blind veteran who waited six hours in pain for emergency care in October, Congress was told Wednesday.
A House committee on Wednesday approved naming a mountain peak outside Las Vegas for Ronald Reagan but failed to reach a deal that would have won support from Democrats as well.