Bill Hockstedler said his decision to run for U.S. Senate had nothing to do with the outcome of the 2020 election. It had to do with a shift in his own party.
A Nevada PAC launched an effort last month to build support for an initiative that would force lawmakers to consider legally requiring doctors to notify parents when a minor plans to have an abortion.
The infrastructure law signed last year by President Joe Biden will bring millions of dollars to Nevada to pay for more electric vehicle charging stations.
A cross-country truck convoy protesting pandemic-related mandates and emergency measures continued its journey east on Thursday.
A slate of speakers rallied a crowd of about 500 in the California desert Wednesday to send off a group of truckers on a cross-country convoy in protest of pandemic-related mandates and emergency measures.
A national organizer for the convoy said the demonstration’s goals are freedom, liberty, accountability and an end to a national emergency declaration for COVID-19.
More than 1oo people, mostly government officials and other community representatives, gathered in the Las Vegas City Council chambers to scribble policy ideas on large pieces of paper.
Local governments in Southern Nevada say they focus on education rather than citations when it comes to mask enforcement.
Republican candidates for governor of Nevada clashed Tuesday during a debate sponsored by the Jesse Law-led Clark County Republican Party in Henderson.
U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt kicked off a campaign swing in Henderson on Friday afternoon, attacking America’s “ruling class” and painting U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto as a “captive of the left.”
The water district that serves Cedar City, Utah, has long eyed pumping groundwater from a nearby basin, but a coalition from Nevada and Utah is pushing back.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto entered 2022 with more than four times as much money on hand as the entire GOP field trying to unseat her.
After dodging questions early in his gubernatorial campaign about who he thinks is the president of the United States, former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller is taking a stronger stance.
A trade group for Nevada’s largest and most powerful industry is targeting state legislative races with a new PAC.