President Joe Biden will not block a tranche of documents sought by a House committee’s investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, setting up a showdown with former President Donald Trump, who has pledged to try to keep records from his time in the White House from being turned over to investigators.
A Mineral County man first infected with the delta variant tests positive 22 days for a new substrain of the virus known as AY.26.
Nevada’s death row houses 64 inmates. Some of them have killed multiple people, including children. Others ended the lives of elderly victims. Some shot police officers or strangers, while others stabbed someone they knew.
New cases, deaths, hospitalizations and positivity rate all dropped from the prior week, though the descent in the new cases rate slowed.
Former Judge Jennifer Togliatti will be the first woman to serve as chair of the commission.
The Clark County Commission approved plans Wednesday for Dream Las Vegas, a 20-story hotel-casino that would be built next to the Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealership near the south edge of the Strip.
Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson has served in the Legislature for a decade, and earned his law degree at UNLV.
Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Melody Rose alleges “persistent and unrelenting” abuse by board Chairwoman Cathy McAdoo and Vice Chairman Patrick Carter.
The innovation zone would have created a county-like government within Storey County, with municipal and other services run on the blockchain technology platform.
Clark County on Thursday reported 529 new coronavirus cases and 25 deaths during the preceding day.
The Nevada Supreme Court found a bill capping tax credits for scholarships doesn’t increase state revenue.
Nevada’s death row houses 64 convicted killers, all men, most of whom have been awaiting execution for more than two decades.
Gov. Steve Sisolak made the comment on Thursday at a news conference to praise FEMA “surge teams” for increasing the state’s COVID-19 vaccination rates as the mission draws to a close.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and fellow governors discuss how clean energy efforts could be enhanced by provisions in the so-called Build Back Better, $3.5 trillion spending package.
Onofrio “No-No” Zicari was hurt storming Omaha Beach on D-Day during World War II.