Felony convictions have been handed down against three Nevada men who illegally killed a bear in the Pinenut Mountains south of Carson City in 2017.
Gov. Steve Sisolak — the first Democrat to hold the office in 20 years — reflects on his first 100 days in office.
A bill that would add asthma medication to Nevada’s prescription drug transparency law was approved by the state Senate Thursday.
Senate and Assembly lawmakers took up more than 80 bills Tuesday in their busiest floor sessions to date.
Newly announced presidential candidate Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., charted a decidedly moderate course Monday as he unveiled his candidacy to a town hall meeting of the UNLV Young Democrats.
Former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is quickly parlaying his time in President Donald Trump’s cabinet into a lucrative private career.
Democrats and Republicans saw the same number of bills perish last week after Friday’s deadline for legislation to move beyond out of committee.
As Nevada lawmakers weigh an outright ban on marriage before age 18, data from the state’s two most populous counties dating to 1999 show similarities among the very youngest marriage applicants.
A measure strengthening Nevada public records laws, backed by information access advocates but worrisome to government agencies fearing new penalties, survived a pending legislative deadline for action Friday and will get more work in another committee.
A bipartisan Senate bill that would shield financial institutions from being penalized for providing services to cannabis-industry businesses in states that have legalized marijuana has Trump administration support needed to become law.
Nevada lawmakers in the Legislature are considering a bill that would require some employers to offer a week’s worth of paid time off to workers.
House Democrats hailed their first 100 days as a success, Republicans drubbed it as a disaster, and freshman Susie Lee of Nevada recounted the whirlwind session.
A bill to help patients with out-of-network emergency room bills didn’t have many fans, but might be the start of a reluctant consensus in fixing a longstanding problem.
Nearly 300,000 Nevadans could see higher pay if the Democrats’ push for a higher minimum wage goes through, Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson said Wednesday.
Worried about the number of third graders who could be held back after the next school year, some Nevada Democrats are looking to make big changes to the state’s Ready by Grade 3 law.