The Legislative Commission on Tuesday approved a regulation with specific steps to be taken if the Clark County School District doesn’t follow a 2017 measure that gives individual schools more control.
A testing facility that allegedly intentionally manipulated cannabis testing results will face disciplinary action after state regulators denied the company’s motion to dismiss the action Tuesday.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo discussed water, affordable housing and development.
Jeff Wells, Clark County Deputy Manager, has overseen four departments where serious misconduct was exposed by the Review-Journal, including the public administrator’s office.
Polls in the races at the top of Nevada’s ballot show the races are too close to call, in a state where no statewide candidate has won by more than 50,000 votes in the last three cycles.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has a new TV ad in his race for governor, but he needs a bolder way to answer the 3 a.m. phone call.
A half-metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium secretly shipped into Nevada in 2019 has been removed four years ahead of schedule.
Republicans who oppose abortion vow they would nonetheless protect Nevada’s statute guaranteeing abortion rights if faced with a federal bill to ban the practice nationwide.
Tudor Chirila Jr., 77, was being held Thursday in the Washoe County Jail without bail on a charge of being a fugitive from another state.
The Emerson College poll found Adam Laxalt’s lead over Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto within the margin of error.
The Nevada Board of Pharmacy can no longer classify cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug, a district Judge ruled on Wednesday.
The Nevada Supreme Court denied a motion to keep an ineligible Libertarian candidate for attorney general off the November ballot, although the Republican nominee is continuing her appeal.
“The harassment that election workers have had to deal with, just for doing their jobs, is unacceptable,” Cisco Aguilar said in a statement. “There’s no excuse for the kind of conspiracy-minded rhetoric that has led to this.”
The “Community Schools Initiative” aims to revamp Nevada’s “outdated and underperforming K-12 education system” and could appear on the 2024 ballot.