A plan for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to acquire the Las Vegas Monorail was foreseen from the start by the man who got the train rolling.
Nevada has had almost as many special sessions in the last 20 years as it did in the previous 135, but voters show little inclination to change things.
Air America pilots and air crews served this country with bravery during the Vietnam War. This country owes them the same retirement credits that regular soldiers earned.
Twenty years ago, Nevadans voted for a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage; this year, they will have the opportunity to undo that change.
Here are eight things we can learn from Nevada’s June primary, the first mail-in election in Nevada history.
State and local elections officials created a safe and convenient way to vote in the June primary, but many voters chose to ignore that and waited in long lines as a result.
Cliven Bundy is guilty of many things, but the government shouldn’t get another chance to convict him after prosecutors unlawfully withheld evidence from his defense.
Although most people agree with the idea of wearing masks in public, they have still become a political symbol in a divided nation.
Despite tweeted claims by President Donald Trump, Nevada’s mail-in election is completely legal and claims of fraud are speculative and unsupported by evidence.
Recalls of public officials in Nevada are rarely successful, which is the way it should be, since recall proponents are asking voters to undo the results of a legitimate election.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has made mistakes dealing with the coronavirus crisis, but some of the criticism levied against him is disingenuous or doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
Democrats and the right-leaning group True the Vote have sued the state of Nevada over the rules governing the June 9 mail-in primary election, but for very different reasons.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has good reasons for his stay-home orders, but we should also plan for a day when the coronavirus danger has passed.