U.S. Sen. Dean Heller this week unveiled a “Juntos con Heller” campaign with a coalition of 254 Hispanic activists committed to helping the Republican win re-election.
Gubernatorial candidate Chris Giunchigliani unveiled her education plan Wednesday calling for increased teacher salaries and more base per-pupil funding statewide.
Nevada’s bipartisan congressional delegation united Wednesday against a bill to revive the licensing process on an Energy Department application to open Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository.
A forum featuring three of Nevada’s gubernatorial candidates covered several topics Tuesday night in Las Vegas, but it did little to move the needle for some voters.
Justices for the state high court fired a series of pointed questions at attorneys Tuesday in a case that could determine if Nevadans will be able to vote on an anti-sanctuary cities initiative.
As a prisoner awaits a decision on his death wish, the Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments on whether the state’s Department of Corrections should proceed with an untested method of lethal injection.
The April 28 collection day was the 15th in the last eight years, according to the release. The next Take Back Day is scheduled Oct. 27.
The Saline Valley Warm Springs are just like any other attraction you might find inside a national park. Except for all the naked people. And the illegal airstrip. And the pushy gang of wild burros.
Despite growing local opposition in Nevada, Republican House leaders are pushing ahead with a vote this week on a bill that would revive the licensing process to open Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository.
The culinary union is widely recognized for its ability to mobilize its more than 57,000 members to propel political candidates into office.