A recall petition targeting state Sen. Joyce Woodhouse, D-Henderson, has enough valid signatures to force a recall election, the Nevada Secretary of State’s office said Friday evening.
A controversial bill to reauthorize health care assistance for low-income children passed the House along party lines Friday and was sent to the Senate where a vastly different piece of bipartisan legislation has been filed.
A conservative super PAC is launching a $1 million ad campaign to support newly announced Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt.
The Nevada Attorney General’s office will release the names and salaries of employees after a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation found unidentified state workers.
A civil rights organization filed a class-action lawsuit Thursday against the state of Nevada, alleging systemic failures in its public representation of defendants who cannot afford lawyers.
Former Republican Assemblyman Wes Duncan is officially in the race to replace his former boss as Nevada’s attorney general.
A Nevada Department of Transportation worker who helps test employees suspected of on-the-job substance abuse is under investigation for allegedly selling moonshine out of his government vehicle and office in Las Vegas.
Before a crowd inside a janitorial supply distribution warehouse in the South Las Vegas Valley, Adam Laxalt announced what most everyone already knew.
If you have high blood pressure, stop reading right now. Finding out exactly how much Obamacare has increased your insurance costs might send you into cardiac arrest. It’s certainly going to flat-line your wallet.
Conservationists are bashing the latest move to open more federal land in Nevada to oil exploration, this time in the Ruby Mountains of Elko County.