Philanthropist, education advocate and unsuccessful congressional candidate in 2016 will try to keep closely divided 3rd Congressional District seat in Democratic column.
When veterans “advocate” and Family Court critic Steve Sanson isn’t running doomed campaigns for office, the president of Veterans in Politics International files complaints against office holders — so many complaints it’s no longer possible to determine whether he’s making credible claims.
Republicans and Democrats unveiled starkly different health care reform bills Wednesday, underscoring the deep partisan divide on Capitol Hill that will likely keep both pieces of legislation from becoming law.
Former two-term state Treasurer Kate Marshall announced Wednesday that she will be run to be Nevada’s next lieutenant governor.
State Senate Democrats on Wednesday announced they have hired a “seasoned political operative” to help protect and expand their majority.
Less than half of students in Nevada and Clark County in grades three through eight are proficient in English and about one-third are proficient in math, according to new data from the state Department of Education.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday he will return to Poland in October as a follow up to a trade mission there in 2015.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday said he opposes marijuana lounges and is concerned such facilities could spark the ire of the federal government.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday he is working with Nevada economic development officials to lure Amazon to Nevada for its proposed second company headquarters project.
A state panel on Tuesday approved nearly $1 million more to pay for legal costs to continue Nevada’s fight against a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain.