State prekindergarten programs would expand under an Assembly bill that would allocate $4 million in each of the next two years for the state’s youngest students.
Who are the players behind Nevada’s booming legal marijuana industry that saw more than $400 million in sales in its first year? We could soon find out under a new amendment to a Senate bill approved by lawmakers Thursday.
Early voting for municipal primary elections in four Las Vegas Valley cities ends Friday. This year’s early voting period for municipal elections is on pace to have the second-lowest turnout in the last two decades.
Vaping products would be taxed like tobacco, at 30 percent of their wholesale cost, under a bill heard in committee Thursday. Health advocates said they were trying to reverse a rise in teenage vaping while shop owners said the tax would kill their business.
After a smooth rollout of its new appointment system in Northern Nevada, the Department of Motor Vehicles hasn’t seen anywhere near the same success implementing the system in the Las Vegas Valley.
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he was backing off his budget request to eliminate funding for the Special Olympics, reversing course on a proposal that was unlikely to be approved by Congress after days of bipartisan criticism.
Brothel owner Dennis Hof, who won a Nevada Assembly seat after his October death, died of a heart attack, according to his autopsy.
Former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid described for a jury Thursday how he smashed his face on the corner of a bathroom cabinet in his Henderson home while using an exercise band.
Senate Democrats grilled Interior Secretary nominee David Bernhardt during a confirmation hearing about his lengthy lobbying career for energy interests and possible conflicts involving public lands and coastal waters.
The Legislature’s latest effort to end its constitutionally set biennial sessions and begin meeting every year started its latest journey through the Statehouse on Wednesday.