Republican-led recalls against three female state senators in 2017 have led Democrats to change recall rules to make it harder to remove elected officials in Nevada.
Can newspapers save democracy, or is model for the media forever broken? Panelists at the 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books debated that very question.
What hurts kids more: Being held back in third-grade because they couldn’t pass a state reading test, or a lifetime of troubles because they don’t have the skills they need?
Switch city elections to the even-year cycle to increase participation and save money.
A bill to amend the state Public Records Law proposed by state Sen. Julia Ratti, D-Sparks, could end up making information about every government employee secret.
Tuesday was supposed to be the day of reckoning for North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason, who has worked for more than a year in his job despite not being certified as a peace officer, which the law requires.
Some traditions deserve to be scrapped.
Often in politics, it seems we’re talking right past each other.
After a one-year hiatus, the National Clean Energy Summit is returning to Las Vegas on Oct. 13. The event, which highlights innovations in the field of renewable energy, will be co-hosted by summit founder, retired U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
So now we know the truth: The Apex industrial area in North Las Vegas is built on the site of an ancient Indian burial ground, cursed so it can never have nice things.
The rollout of the Jacky Rosen for Senate campaign couldn’t have been more perfect.
Rarely have so many labored so hard to save just one person.
In politics, there are two kinds of elections: The kind you win, and the kind the other guy stole.
“Take a wench for a bride!”