A top Nevada marijuana official who has faced criticism over his conduct during the state’s cannabis licensing process was placed on administrative leave last week.
Congress returns from its August recess to a long to-do list, including funding the government and gun control legislation.
Brig. Gen. William Burks, 65, who led both the reserve forces for 10 years, handed over the title of adjutant general to Brig. Gen. Ondra Berry, 60, Saturday in Reno.
The Nevada Republican Party’s central committee has re-elected incumbent Chairman Michael McDonald to a fifth term, and voted to forego a traditional nominating caucus to endorse President Donald Trump’s re-election.
A delegation led by the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce is making its annual trip to Washington D.C. to lobby lawmakers.
The Democratic National Committee voted Friday to kill the Nevada Democratic Party’s plan for a virtual caucus, which would have allowed voters to call into the February caucus.
The action comes as the university sues an architectural firm after finding that dozens of wheelchair seats did not meet federal disability standards after renovations.
Shani Coleman, deputy director of government affairs, and Deacon Thomas Roberts, CEO of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, will represent the city on the new panel.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said he’s been in contact with state and local agencies, including the Nevada National Guard, in regards to the planned “Storm Area 51” events.
Seven months after the launch of a Henderson specialty license plate, only 108 have been sold. The Nevada DMV requires 3,000 plates to be sold in the first full year.
In an interview with the Review-Journal, Rep. Steven Horsford talks gun violence, the 2020 census, ‘Medicare for All’ and Alienfest.
The Democratic National Committee has recommended the Nevada Democratic Party’s plan for a telephonic virtual caucus option not be approved because of concerns about hacking.
Former U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis campaigned in Las Vegas on behalf of Joe Biden on Thursday, sharing stories of their time together in the Obama administration.
The money going to Nevada will go toward projects to improve two bridges on U.S. Highway 95 in Las Vegas, at Desert Inn Road and at Eastern Avenue.