Nevada lawmakers said Tuesday that Congress must address federal marijuana laws following a decision by the Trump administration to lower the barrier on federal prosecutions in states that have decriminalized use for medical and recreational purposes.
Nevada officials have embarked on a broad campaign to improve oversight of casino emergency response plans in the wake of failings exposed in a Review-Journal investigation.
End of temporary immigration protection raises concerns that mixed-status families will be split up, tourism and food industries will lose thousands of trained workers.
Starting Feb. 20, the price to enter the 13-mile scenic drive and the campground at Red Rock will more than double, from $7 to $15 for a car or truck and from $3 to $10 for a motorcycle.
State game wardens ask public’s help locating the poacher or poachers who killed an adult moose last month near Jarbidge, about 500 miles north of Las Vegas, and removed its head and most of its meat.
State Sen. Majority Leader Aaron Ford on Monday named state Sen. Kelvin Atkinson as the Senate Democratic Caucus’ campaign chair for Nevada’s 2018 election cycle, the caucus announced.
The Gold Butte National Monument will be off the table when federal land managers host an upcoming series of public meetings on their revised management plan for Southern Nevada.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday said he would like for Nevada to follow in the footsteps of Colorado, where the U.S. attorney does not plan to change his approach to prosecuting crimes involving recreational marijuana.
The House Ethics Committee has named an investigative panel to determine whether Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen of Nevada engaged in conduct that constitutes sexual harassment.
Federal land managers launched a major revision of their overall management plan for Southern Nevada in 2008. A decade later, they’re still working on it.