More than $700,00 in federal monies is coming to Nevada to help families receiving rental assistance become self-sufficient.
Senate Bill 165 , sponsored by Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, and 16 other legislators, was introduced in the Senate Thursday and referred to the Health and Human Services committee for hearings.
Federal officials held a classified background briefing Thursday on the secret plutonium transfer to Nevada — a closed-door meeting with the state’s congressional delegation that left lawmakers frustrated over the lack of answers.
A pending bill in the Nevada statehouse aims to simplify how the state goes after unpaid child support bystreamlining how non-payers can lose their recreational hunting and fishing licenses for being in arrears.
With a deadline looming and President Donald Trump weighing options, Nevada federal employees were in the nation’s capital Wednesday to urge Congress and the White House to avoid another painful shutdown.
Nevada Lawmakers want to create a 25-member commission that will study the best performing educational systems — both nationally and internationally — and bring those practices to the Silver State.
Natural gas utilities in Nevada could draw supply from renewable energy sources such as biogas under a measure introduced Wednesday in the Nevada Senate.
Nevada’s stalled gun background check law took another step on it’s all-but-sure path toward becoming reality Wednesday as the state Senate approved a legislative tweak to the language.
Rep. Susie Lee of Nevada has joined a bipartisan group of House lawmakers that seeks common ground to break political gridlock and produce legislative results.
The National Rifle Association dubbed it a “secret” meeting, but hundreds of gun rights supporters showed up to express their opposition to a bill that would implement Nevada’s stalled expanded background checks initiative.