Add another item to the mudslinging contest between the campaigns for incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller and his challenger, Democratic U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen.
The campaign of Democrat Rep. Jacky Rosen announced it hauled in $3.5 million during the 2nd quarter, eclipsing the $2.38 million raised by incumbent Sen. Dean Heller.
Senate reaction to the Supreme Court nomination of federal appellate Judge Brett Kavanaugh was mostly split along party lines Monday, as Republicans and Democrats prepared for an all-out confirmation battle.
Many political analysts call him the most vulnerable Republican U.S. senator in the country. Dean Heller isn’t losing sleep over the label.
Nevada’s plan to reduce a longstanding funding mechanism that pays for services to foster children with special needs could prove a hefty financial burden for Clark County.
State had asked Nuclear Regulatory Commission member David Wright to recuse himself from deliberations on the proposed nuclear waste repository, noting he worked on task force that advocated for the project.
House lawmakers with a vested interest in permanent storage of nuclear waste in Nevada will make a trek to Yucca Mountain this month to tour the mothballed exploratory tunnel in the geological formation northwest of Las Vegas.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday ordered flags lowered to half-staff to recognize the victims of last week’s shooting at a Maryland newspaper that left five dead.
President Donald Trump reversed course Tuesday and ordered U.S. flags at the White House and federal buildings to be flown at half-staff to recognize the five victims of the Capital Gazette newspaper killed by a lone gunman last week.
Wild horse advocates and conservationists are suing to stop the Bureau of Land Management from “zeroing out” herds across eastern Lincoln County after the agency said the area has too little water and forage to sustain healthy herds.