The Nevada Legislature passed the first of five budget bills on Sunday, a move that signals the beginning of the end of the 2019 session that’s set to close at midnight Monday.
The close of the biennial session of the Nevada Legislature is near: Here are some signs to watch for as the final day winds down in Carson City.
The artifacts from the Walking Box Ranch near Searchlight, which was owned by Clara Bow and her film star husband, Rex Bell, have been in storage at the university since 2013.
In a made-for-TV visit to the proposed burial site for the nation’s nuclear waste in Nye County, Nevada’s senior senator vows to block efforts to restart licensing process.
Rural districts would be frozen at fiscal 2020 funding levels until the amount they receive under the new funding formula matches what they’re currently getting.
The grants will be available to up to 20 schools to provide students and teachers with hands-on learning experiences in science and technology fields.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill requiring pharmaceutical companies to disclose information about asthma drug prices, similar to a bill passed in 2017 that targeted diabetes drug costs.
Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders returned to Las Vegas Thursday for his second campaign stop in Nevada of the 2020 election season.
The third-term U.S. senator from Minnesota, one of 23 declared candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination, was making her first visit to northern part of the state.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s first use of the veto blocked a bill that would have added Nevada to a roster of states seeking to elect the U.S. president by a national popular vote.
Sen. John Barrasso said “it’s time to end the political games” and complete the licensing on the Department of Energy’s application to build a permanent nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain.
As lawmakers focus on bills to enact the state’s two-year budget, plenty of policy measures — from collective bargaining for state employees to marijuana regulation — await action in Carson City.
Lawmakers approve a resolution opposing the Air Force’s push to expand its bombing range farther into the Desert National Wildlife Refuge north of Las Vegas.
The sponsor of a public-records reform bill says he’s not giving up yet, although the bill has yet to have a vote and the 2019 session ends on June 3.