The Henderson City Council unanimously approved a number of housing fund allocations Tuesday to assist low-income residents with affordable housing projects.
Assembly Democrat James Ohrenschall, who is termed out of his seat, on Wednesday announced he is a candidate for Senate District 21.
Arizona Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee with a well-known maverick streak that often vexes his GOP colleagues, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, his office said in a statement Wednesday.
Changes to the state’s ranking system for public schools will result in many more low ratings, damaging morale among educators and confusing parents, Nevada’s two largest school districts say.
Three congressional Democrats from Nevada are backing an amendment to a House spending bill that would eliminate $120 million in funding to restart the licensing process for a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain.
The public housing agency’s governing body last met before July 1, when a law took effect that shrank the commission from 13 to nine members. A series of recent city council meetings throughout the Las Vegas Valley has added three new members, but one seat remains open.
Las Vegas police are searching for a “person of interest” in connection with a threatening letter left Sunday at Sen. Dean Heller’s office in Las Vegas.
At a lunch with Republican senators Wednesday, President Donald Trump delivered an impassioned argument in favor of repealing and replacing Obamacare, and scolded Republicans who have failed to produce the votes needed to pass a health-care bill.
Gov. Brian Sandoval left Wednesday for an 11-day trade mission to Panama, Peru and Chile.
President Donald Trump warned Wednesday about the dangers of voter fraud but told a panel he launched to study the issue that it should follow the facts wherever they lead, and that “no conclusions” have been drawn about what they will find.