“Instead of carving penises into rocks and public roads,” Hof created a yellow and black, diamond-shaped “Lovers at Play” street sign directing traffic toward his Nye County brothels so customers would not get lost on their pursuit of satisfying lust, the complaint states.
EPA chief Scott Pruitt said the Trump administration is “righting the wrongs” of President Barack Obama by reversing regulations designed to “weaponize” the agency and punish the fossil fuel industry.
Democrat Steve Sisolak said Monday that if elected Nevada governor he will donate his state salary to nonprofits until the state’s public education system improves.
There are now four separate initiatives to improve the performance of the district’s lagging schools, and some may end being enrolled up in all of them.
Something is clearly missing at such natural wonders as Angels Landing, Devils Hole and Dantes View, but unless you’re a grammar teacher or a copy editor you probably never noticed.
Danny Tarkanian made an “illegal corporate contribution” from a charity he runs to his 2012 congressional campaign, according to a complaint filed the Federal Elections Commission.
Two recalls targeting Democratic state Senators will come to a head this week when a district court judge hears arguments about the validity of the efforts.
As Nevada grapples to address a massive shortage of affordable housing, state officials fear federal tax reform has stymied a long-standing funding resource.
Nevada homeowners struggling with the housing crisis will lose $6.7 million in federal aid following a new report by a special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program that found the state is one of the worst participants in the program.
A year after Nevada health officials closed a taxpayer-funded home where mentally ill people lived in filthy conditions, a mental health clinic continued placing people there — until reporting by the Las Vegas Review-Journal prompted state regulators to shut it down again this week.