Nevada’s Sen. Dean Heller was recognized for his public service on Thursday by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who spoke about the Republican lawmaker’s legislative record and achievements during two terms in office.
Nevada Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak had measured words Wednesday for an $8.8 billion state spending plan being finalized by his predecessor as both incoming and outgoing administrations await the release of final revenue projections that will chart the state’s fiscal course for the next two years.
Nevada Attorney General-elect Aaron Ford on Wednesday announced the 19-person team led by two of Nevada’s last three Democratic attorneys general who will oversee his transition into office.
More than three dozen people have thrown their respective hats into the ring for the opportunity to fill a trio of vacancies in the Nevada Legislature.
Bobby Kennedy Jr., a longtime environmentalist and son of former presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, stopped in Las Vegas on Tuesday to launch a new organization dedicated to protecting one of nature’s most vital resources — water.
Members include onetime chiefs of staff for two governors: Democrat Richard Bryan (1983-89) and outgoing Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The results of a ballot recount on Monday affirmed Republican Keith Pickard the winner of a tight Nevada Senate race, shattering Democratic hopes of capturing a supermajority in the state Legislature.
The three women effectively represent past, present and future state Democratic leaders.
A federal helicopter roundup of wild horses in eastern Nevada will begin Monday, one of many that has drawn criticism in recent years by lawmakers who advocate for other means to reduce the number of the iconic animals on public lands in the West.
Shoppers in Nevada and a handful of other states who purchase holiday gifts online are finding they’re being charged sales tax at some websites where they weren’t before. The reason: the Supreme Court.