CARSON CITY — Changes to speed up workplace safety training for new employees, in efforts to reduce on-the-job deaths and injuries, prompted questions Monday in a Nevada Assembly committee hearing.
CARSON CITY — About 340 lawyers have volunteered to serve as mediators to work with lenders to keep Nevadans from losing their homes to foreclosure, Nevada Chief Justice Jim Hardesty said Monday.
CARSON CITY — A Nevada assemblyman said Friday that he was not trying to get back at any particular governor with his bill that would require a legislative committee to review and confirm some gubernatorial appointments.
CARSON CITY — The Nevada Assembly advanced a plan Friday to create a database that would make it easier to find low-income housing.
CARSON CITY — Wedding chapel lobbyists and advocates for programs to stop domestic violence clashed Friday over a bill to help fund those programs by adding $5 to the cost of a Nevada marriage license.
CARSON CITY — With copper prices on the rise again, scrap metal dealers and utilities urged senators Thursday to pass a bill designed to make locating and prosecuting scrap metal thieves easier.
CARSON CITY — Police told lawmakers Thursday they want drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and not on their cell phones.
CARSON CITY — On a voice vote Thursday, the Assembly Transportation Committee killed a Senate-passed bill that would have allowed police to pull over vehicles anytime they believed the driver is not wearing a seat belt.