Donald Trump Jr. plans to stump for his father’s re-election in northern Nevada next week.
A grant of nearly $14 million was awarded to the state to support job training programs in high-demand fields.
Gov. Steve Sisolak is expected next week to lift certain restrictions on youth sports and adjust capacity limits for gatherings, according to a Friday news release.
Lawmakers on Friday approved $29 million in allocations from Nevada’s reservoir of federal pandemic aid, with $20 million earmarked to help small businesses.
Nevada reported an additional 556 cases of the coronavirus on Friday and nine more deaths, according to state data.
District Court Judge Jacqueline Bluth, appointed last year by Gov. Steve Sisolak, is seeking election for the first time in Department 6.
Prosecutor Jacob Villani and District Court hearing master Bita Yeager are facing off for the open judge seat in Department 1.
Improving the flow of cases through District Court and ensuring better access to justice are the top priorities of the two candidates seeking the open seat in Department 4.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero to the four Nevada women who now serve on the state’s historic, female-majority high court. “What a gift,” one said of her.
Two candidates for District Court Department 5 are bringing their extensive experience to the race to replace retiring judge Carolyn Ellsworth.
Family Court hearing master Michelle Mercer and attorney Romeo Perez are competing to be the first judge in the newly created Department Z.
Experience is the buzzword in the race for the newly created Family Court Department X seat, where attorneys Heidi Almase and Jim Davis are competing.
A law clerk and a private practice attorney got heated debating the issues Family Court faces in the race for judgeship.
The Nevada DMV is allowing people to renew their drivers licenses online, even those who got a postcard saying they had to come in to an office.