The latest from the Las Vegas Review-Journal political team as election results are released in Nevada.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted Tuesday to fully fund 3 percent raises promised to all workers, even though it will cause a $6.4 million budget shortfall that the system will have to cover.
The lawsuit names more than 40 defendants, including several prescription drug makers as well as distributors such as CVS, Walgreens and Walmart.
Olivia Yamamoto of Coronado High School heads to college with a successful political career behind her.
President Andrzej Duda of Poland, in the first visit to Nevada by a head of state from the European Union, stopped in Reno on Saturday as part of a six-day U.S. visit.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday signed a multi-pronged gun control bill into law during an emotional ceremony in Las Vegas.
Nevada officials say they are unified in opposing the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste storage facility at Yucca Mountain, even as Congress is considering bills to restore funding to the stalled plan.
Nevada’s Board of Examiners Thursday approved a $25 million settlement in a lawsuit that might have cost the state hundreds of millions if it had gone to trial.
Governor Steve Sisolak signed a bill to raise the minimum wage to $12 per hour by 2024, as well as bills aimed at fair pay for women and one to ensure all workers at companies with 50 or more employees get a week’s paid sick leave each year.