The estimated cost for UNLV’s proposed domed, 60,000-seat stadium is $548.4 million — the biggest chunk of the university’s $900 million stadium project, the Review-Journal has learned.
With a little more than six weeks to go in the 2013 Nevada legislative session, one thing is for sure: There’s a lot more to come and the stakes are high as most of the big issues — budgets and taxes — have yet to evolve.
A controversial constitutional amendment that would allow gay marriage in Nevada was amended Friday to include language to guarantee that religious organizations would not have to perform such unions.
Former Nevada Assemblyman John Marvel is being remembered as a gravelly-voiced cowboy with a big heart.
Nevada’s largest revenue source is losing ground because of a changing economy that has shifted from consumption of goods to consumption of services, an economist told a legislative panel on Thursday.
Soon-to-be Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson’s first public comments upon his arrival Thursday in the Legislature were that he wants to hear from his Assembly District 17 constituents who have gone with representation for most of the 2013 session.
Former Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks has been indicted on a felony firearms charge stemming from an arrest in January in North Las Vegas that began a spiral leading to his expulsion from the Legislature.
CARSON CITY — After a spirited, party-line debate Thursday evening, the Assembly passed a bill 28-11 that would allow victims of domestic violence to break rental agreements without fear of retaliation from landlords.
CARSON CITY — Politics are in play as two bills — one seeking protection for religious freedom and the other supporting parental rights — await votes in the state Senate.
CARSON CITY — On a mainly party-line vote Wednesday, the Assembly approved Democrat Assemblywoman Lucy Flores’ bill to require the stationing of emergency medical workers, ambulances and first aid stations at events that attract more than 2,500 people.