Republican Victoria Seaman is ending her bid for Congress, she announced Thursday.
A sweeping $1.3 trillion spending bill to fund the federal government through September includes $16 million to assist law enforcement agencies with emergencies like the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip, lawmakers revealed Wednesday.
State officials have slapped Emper Ebiya, the owner of a filthy Las Vegas group home that housed severely mentally ill residents, with a $25,000 fine — the maximum penalty authorized by law.
It’s officially election season in Nevada, and that means its only a matter of time before your televisions and radios are overtaken by political ads.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry appeared before a Senate panel Tuesday where he laid out his department’s $30 billion budget that includes $120 million to revive licensing of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository plus implement interim storage at other sites.
Civil rights attorneys say a Reno high school student’s First Amendment rights were violated when he was suspended after calling a Northern Nevada Congressman’s office.
Nevada health officials are examining how the state could license consultants who transfer mentally ill people to unregulated group homes, a step prompted by a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation that highlighted the death of a suicidal woman after she was placed in an unsupervised residence.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., seeks details about carryover funding intended for nuclear waste repository, while Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., grills federal officials about safety of shipping waste across the country.
Colton Lochhead started his career at the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2012 as a crime intern and student at UNLV. Five years later, he’s taking a new assignment as Carson City bureau chief for the state’s largest paper.
Democrat Susie Lee nabbed a major early endorsement from former Vice President Joe Biden in her bid to replace Rep. Jacky Rosen in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District.