Proposed temporary storage sites for nuclear waste around the country have aroused local opposition, which is putting pressure on Congress to resume building the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site in Nevada.
The Secretary of State’s office has closed an investigation that it opened after an April story in the Reno Gazette Journal questioned North Las Vegas state Sen. Pat Spearman’s campaign spending, according to a letter sent from the office to Spearman.
North Las Vegas officials approved the purchase of land in downtown to develop a library and park, and transform a closed school into a community space.
The Vegas Golden Knights want to embrace sustainability in the team’s future community ice arena in downtown Henderson.
Nevada’s Board of Examiners Thursday approved a $25 million settlement in a lawsuit that might have cost the state hundreds of millions if it had gone to trial.
The paltry turnout underscores the challenge of engaging voters to participate in contests during odd-numbered years, with no state or federal races driving them to the polls.
Kiernan McManus defeated incumbent Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury, and two council incumbents fell to challengers in the municipal general election Tuesday.
North Las Vegas Councilman Richard Cherchio defeated challenger Pete Shields to win another four-year term on the council Tuesday night.
Conservationists are pushing back against plans to build the plant north along the road to Valley of the Fire State Park, 30 miles northeast of the Las Vegas.
The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.