Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt said Thursday his office is investigating how companies may have contributed to the opioid epidemic.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday signed a bill into law that is expected to resurrect the rooftop solar industry in Nevada.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed 11 bills on Tuesday, enacting laws that regulate the ride-sharing industry, target bullying and give Nevada businesses an edge when competing for state government contracts.
If you’re looking for politics that matter, forget Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony before Congress. Look at what happened just happened in Carson City.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving is praising Nevada elected officials for passing Senate Bill 259, making Nevada the 30th state to require ignition interlocks after a drunk driving offense.
Measures passed in the 2017 legislative session will help propel the state higher on the list in the future, says state superintendent of public instruction.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions steps back into a familiar arena Tuesday when he testifies before the Senate intelligence committee about his role in the firing of FBI Director James Comey and the investigation into contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russia.
The Opportunity Scholarship program for low-income students, received a one-time $20 million infusion after Democratic and Republican legislators were unable to agree on funding for education savings accounts.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed 33 bills into law and vetoed two bills on Monday, approving measures aimed at boosting school safety and creating a new state park.
One of the most costly and critical aspects of the Clark County School District’s reorganization now has funding — but won’t roll out until well beyond an August deadline for the overhaul.