Energy Secretary Rick Perry confirmed he’d agreed to a timetable to remove a half-metric ton of plutonium that was covertly shipped to Nevada.
Nevada lawmakers will tackle affordable housing, recognizing gay marriage, a special office for immigrant affairs and making traffic violations civil offenses and not crimes.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford has signed on to a nationwide lawsuit filed by 42 other states and Puerto Rico against a long list of pharmaceutical companies, alleging price fixing and market manipulation that increased prices of common generic drugs.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill that he says “ushers in a new era of transparency that will benefit the industry and the public.”
Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara heralded the meeting as one that moved parties in the right direction to find a solution for adequate funding.
Nevada’s freshman Democratic senator makes a powerful pitch for Congress to take immediate action to defend the constitutionality of the remaining parts of Obamacare.
Nevada senators and Energy Secretary Rick Perry will visit the Nevada National Security Site on Friday as part of a deal to remove weapons-grade plutonium from the state.
People gathered Tuesday night in front of the Nevada Legislature building in Carson City for a vigil for Nevada Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson, who died last week.
Such a strike would be illegal under Nevada law, and the Clark County Education Association could face fines up to $50,000 per day if educators walked off the job.
Presidential candidate Eric Swalwell said he supports Medicare for all, legalizing marijuana and a trillion-dollar infrastructure plan during a stop in Reno Monday.
Residents moving to the Silver State from U.S. territories are hit with a surprise when they try getting a Nevada driver’s license.
The Legislature begins its final month in session Monday with Senate and Assembly finance committees working to resolve budget differences and close budgets while bills that have passed in one house move through their second round of committee hearings.
A concentrated effort in Congress to address the growing national stockpile of nuclear waste is underway and Nevada is bracing for a wave of new legislation and efforts to bury radioactive materials in the desert north of Las Vegas.
A charitable organization that rescues abused and injured wild horses has lost its source of state funding for a second time, prompting Nevada lawmakers to propose a bill aimed at addressing such cases.
A bill to cap funding for a popular private-school scholarship program — passed by the Assembly last month on a party-line vote — got its second legislative hearing Thursday, again drawing parents of current or would-be recipients to oppose the proposed limit.