The Senate Revenue and Economic Development Committee held a short-noticed meeting on the Senate floor Tuesday to amend Senate Bill 487.
A proposed amendment to a bill that would have added Nevada lawmakers to the classes of public officials who could ask a court to make public records identifying their addresses and other personal information confidential was withdrawn Wednesday.
The campaign of Ward 2 City Council hopeful Steve Seroka filed a complaint this week with the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office alleging opponent Bob Beers’ “Cheers for Beers” is an unregistered political action committee.
It’s a fundraising fight to the finish for several races for city offices in the Las Vegas Valley, as candidates continue to rake in dollars before June 13 runoff elections.
Some 60 to 80 journalists are traveling with President Donald Trump on his first foreign trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Rome, Brussels and Sicily. But Trump has failed to give a press conference and has scheduled none.
McDonald’s employees appeared outside the Sahara fast-food location to protest for higher minimum wage.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a bill requiring school districts to offer dual credit courses to high school students so they can simultaneously pursue higher education degrees and certifications. He also signed a bill extending the statute of limitations, giving victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue perpetrators.
Thanks to Pope Francis and the U.S. first lady, a traditional Slovenian dish is hitting the headlines.
Internet providers and website operators would have to provide notices on what information they gather from Nevada consumers and how that information is shared under a bill heard Wednesday by a Senate committee.
In their first meeting, the U.S. president and the leader of the Roman Catholic Church put 2016 campaign Twitter feud behind them.