Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is expected in Nevada soon to review two national monuments here, but the Democratic congressman who represents the area said he feels left out of the process.
In exclusive interview, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson announces a new program to be operated through the university’s Center for Entrepreneurship that will solicit innovative ideas to improve work processes and save money.
New laws passed by the Nevada Legislature are providing a fuller picture of applicants but are slowing the hiring of those who pass muster, the Clark County School District’s top HR official says.
If you own more than $10 billion in bonds, you should know what a bond is. That’s why Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada board members heard a presentation Thursday on bonds before their regular meeting.
A spending bill for the Department of Energy that does not include $120 million to revive the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project in Nevada was approved Thursday by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
A bipartisan bill to encourage girls under age 10 to explore careers in computer science was filed Thursday by a Nevada congresswoman who — as a young woman — became a programmer during a period when the industry was male-dominated.
The parole hearing for O.J. Simpson has ended and the four members of the state Board of Parole Commissioners have reached a decision. Simpson was granted parole Thursday.
Local sports memorabilia dealers foresee a temporary spike in interest for O.J. Simpon items as the former football star’s parole hearing arrives.
Assembly Democrat James Ohrenschall, who is termed out of his seat, on Wednesday announced he is a candidate for Senate District 21.
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.