The law designates the third Monday in June as Juneteenth and requires state, county and city offices to close.
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Within 20 minutes of his announcement, Trump, who said he was due in court Tuesday afternoon in Miami, had begun fundraising off it for his 2024 presidential campaign.
Councilman Brian Knudsen said he wants to ensure there are no more fires at a Las Vegas apartment complex.
Nevada has reached a $193 million settlement with Teva Pharmaceuticals in an opioid-related lawsuit, the attorney general’s office announced.
Nevada senators didn’t hold a vote Thursday on public financing that would bring the Oakland A’s to a new stadium at the Tropicana resort site.
The Supreme Court on Thursday issued a surprising 5-4 ruling in favor of Black voters in a congressional redistricting case, ordering the creation of a second district with a large Black population.
A bill closing a tax loophole revealed by a Review-Journal investigation passed the Legislature on its last regular session day and awaits action by Gov. Joe Lombardo.
The pay raise for home care workers is significant in an industry where demand for their services is growing, while median wages have stagnated over a decade.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday voted to appoint Mike Janssen, the city’s infrastructure director, as the new city manager.
The ordinance amends Henderson’s city code regulating public camping in the city, expanding the legal definition of camping and outlawing camping in public spaces.
A leak at a wastewater pumping station caused the sewage to spill out of a manhole, and some of it ended up in a wash that leads to Lake Mead.
Nevada is the first state in the nation to give a local water agency the power to limit individual home water use.
State senators peppered supporters of the Oakland A’s stadium project with questions during a hearing in a special session. A vote could come Thursday.
A lengthy profile in Atlantic magazine that came out on Friday, titled “Inside the Meltdown at CNN,” proved embarrassing and likely sealed his fate.
Senate Bill 274 is on Gov. Joe Lombardo’s desk, and it includes several changes to Nevada’s worker’s compensation system.