Bill presenters Sens. Leader Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, and Yvanna Cancela, D-Las Vegas, claim Nevada could raise the minimum wage without hurting the economy or killing jobs.
Fracking bans, Victory schools and driver authorization cards are on the docket for the 107th day of the Nevada Legislature.
Given that my last close friend recently passed and I have dealt with some health issues of my own, I truly want there to be an afterlife. It is an incredibly romantic idea, after all. And I’m a hopeless romantic.
Retired NYC firefighter makes smooth landing in first dive, says he’s eager to do it again
Minimum wage, car seats and feral cats highlight the 106th day of the Nevada Legislature.
A series of radio and television commercials that debuted last week encourages drivers to see the “progress, growth and jobs” represented by the seemingly ubiquitous construction markers.
The death of Tashi Brown would have been a lot more controversial if it happened five years ago.
On a glorious April 2015 day, Candace Kawatsu went hiking. A fall has changed her life forever. No longer able to teach because of short term memory and stress issues, she is looking for another way to make the world a better place.
Decades after Terri Miller heard that a Pahrump high school teacher was having sex with one of his students, her quest to stamp out the persistent problem continues.
Here are three things to watch on day 103 of the 2017 legislative session: