“I think it’s incredibly offensive and arguably defamatory to say something like that, which is obviously not true,” said the justice, Douglas Herndon.
Nevada state Sen. Julia Ratti, D-Sparks, announced Friday that she is resigning from her elected position.
A lawsuit alleges Dave Marlon abused and threatened a female employee for months. He has filed his own lawsuit against his accuser. He claims she is extorting him.
During a meeting that stretched beyond 1 a.m. Friday, the board voted 4-3 to reconsider a split decision Oct. 28 to end Jara’s contract “for convenience.”
New cases of COVID-19 dropped from the preceding week, but hospitalizations, deaths and test positivity rate all climbed, an analysis of state and local date indicates.
A review will consider new measures to protect the greater sage grouse, a bird species once found across much of the West that has suffered drastic declines in recent decades
U.S. health officials approve authorization for all adults but particularly urge people 50 and older to seek one.
House Democrats wrapped up details and voted Friday to pass a massive social spending package that would be largely paid for by tax increases on the wealthy and corporations.
Fourteen people applied for the position, opened after District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez retired in August, according to a statement from the Judicial Selection Commission.
Critics decried Metro’s actions as non-transparent and contrary to Sheriff Joe Lombardo’s stance that his department focuses on helping ICE capture, deport violent offenders.
House approval — which Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy held up with an hours-long speech — was still expected on a near party-line vote
The measure would amend the state constitution if voters approve of it in 2022 and 2024.
A federal judge heard testimony Thursday regarding firing squad methods during an evidentiary hearing on Nevada’s proposed plan to execute death row inmate Zane Floyd.
Clark County saw three of its four key COVID-19 metrics rise on Thursday, including a ninth-straight increase in its test positivity rate.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Dina Titus, would make directions easier for foreign visitors to cities nationwide, including Las Vegas.