Lawyers involved in the remaining court challenge to Nevada’s controversial school choice law have a little more than six weeks to prepare for oral arguments before the state Supreme Court.
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Making room for bicyclists, the potential impact of recreational marijuana and cellphone use while driving are among hot-button transportation topics that could be discussed when the Legislature meets in February, several Nevada lawmakers said Tuesday.
Incumbency, with at least one exception, proved to be the campaign money winner in legislative races leading up to Nevada’s June 14 primary.
Donald Trump is facing an onslaught of criticism from Nevada Democrats, particularly U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, over comments he made in 2007 about an anticipated downturn in the real estate market.
Nevada’s new prison boss announced a pronounced shift in the agency’s mission Tuesday, emphasizing the need to focus on inmate rehabilitation as a means toward enhancing public safety.
An audit of the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation released Tuesday found that visits to the homes of offenders by parole officers were not always completed with the time frames set by the agency.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske announced Monday that a Las Vegas-based resident agent connected to the Panama Papers data leak has resigned.
If winter in Nevada is a harbinger of summer wildfire seasons, we’re damned if it’s wet and we’re damned if it’s dry.
Now, the popular pit stop between Las Vegas and Los Angeles can boast its first traffic signal. A switch was unceremoniously flipped at noon Tuesday, in front of the Baker Travel Plaza on the north end of town.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Monday that the VA should not use wait times as a measure of success, comparing waits for VA health care to the hours people wait for rides at Disney theme parks.
A semi-trailer hauling thousands of watermelons has overturned in Nevada, closing parts of Interstate 80.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., will be the Nevada delegation chairman at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in July, the state Democratic Party said Friday.
In 1964, a bristlecone pine tree in Nevada’s Snake Mountains was cut down in the name of research.
On April 29, through a partnership between the Desert Research Institute and the Reno-based manufacturing company Drone America — a fixed-wing drone successfully deployed flares containing silver iodide crystals as part of a cloud-seeding experiment.
After more than two years of gathering, redacting and delaying release of documents that the Las Vegas Review-Journal sought in the Bundy standoff in Bunkerville, the Bureau of Land Management this week provided the newspaper with more than 400 pages of blacked-out emails and reports.
Lawyers involved in the remaining court challenge to Nevada’s school choice law asked the Nevada Supreme Court on Friday to schedule expedited oral arguments so the case can be decided before the next school year.
Congresswoman Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, and Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Executive Director Barbara Buckley called attention Friday to a national backlog of visas for undocumented immigrant victims of crime.
An effort by Nevada officials to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a former psychiatric patient who claimed he was involuntarily discharged from a Las Vegas mental health facility has been rejected by the Nevada Supreme Court.
A Nevada man who participated in the armed occupation of an Oregon bird sanctuary has pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge.
The investigation into a prescription drug-trafficking ring in Reno is the state’s most extensive in the five years since U.S. Attorney Daniel Bogden said his office and area law officers have stepped up efforts to combat the growth of “dirty doctors and illicit pill mills” throughout Nevada.
Misaligned mirrors caused a small fire high in a tower at a solar power plant on the California-Nevada border near Primm but fire officials said there was little damage.
Ramses Reyes had been serving a 600-month (50-year) sentence for two counts of lewdness with a minor and one count of attempted use of a child producing pornography, Keast said.
Nevada school districts and local governments received a $19.1 million windfall over the past three years because of a computer programming glitch at the Department of Motor Vehicles, state officials revealed Thursday.
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