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.
The bill to create the “One October” specialty license plate in Nevada and distribute a portion of fee revenues to the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center was heard on Tuesday by lawmakers.
Switch has filed a lawsuit against the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, claiming the agency is retaliating against the data center company for leaving NV Energy.
Yucca Mountain advocates pushed Tuesday to get a House spending panel to double a White House proposal for federal funds to jump start licensing hearings for the proposed nuclear waste storage site in Nevada over strong objections from the state.
Rebecca Feiden previously served as director and then acting executive director of the Achievement School District, which allows charter schools to either take over or compete against underperforming traditional public schools.
Potential presidential contender Pete Buttigieg on Monday was the latest in a string of Democratic candidates making early stops in Nevada in the race for the White House. Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., who is still operating an exploratory committee, would not say whether he was officially running for president, but he did tease a special announcement scheduled for Sunday.
Wild horses and burros — iconic symbols of the American frontier — have become a priority for lawmakers and federal agencies grappling to balance the health of public land and herds of wild animals that populate Western states.
For Democrats to win in 2020, they’ll need a stronger message than “Not Trump,” Massachusetts Sen. and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren said at a campaign rally in Northern Nevada on Saturday.
It’s been nine weeks since the start of the 2019 legislative session and we’ve heard many bright ideas for improving public education. But we haven’t addressed the elephant in the room — money.
Nevada National Security Site officials say a facility housing weapons grade plutonium is safe from earthquake threats that could expose radiation to surrounding populations.
RENO — South Carolina says Nevada’s demand for the U.S. government to remove weapons-grade plutonium that was secretly trucked between the two states last year contradicts its claim that moving the radioactive material is dangerous.
Students and parents who receive the Opportunity Scholarship funded through tax-deductible donations called upon the heavens this week to stop a bill that would cap the amount given to the program.
North Las Vegas City Manager Ryann Juden on Wednesday received a hefty pay raise and nearly three more years on the job.