Nevada inspectors are conducting spot checks of marijuana businesses after tainted products made their way to store shelves.
Colton Lochhead covers pot and politics for the Review-Journal, where he started as an intern covering crime and breaking news in 2012. Raised in Las Vegas, the life-long desert rat graduated from Bonanza High School before earning his journalism degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The American Bar Association, the ACLU of Nevada, public defenders and law professors are all urging the Nevada Supreme Court to ban the death penalty for people who suffer from severe mental illness.
California Sen. Kamala Harris called for the president to give up any transcripts or notes taken during conversations with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The Democratic presidential hopeful stuck mostly to themes such as curbing corruption in Washington, D.C., reforming elections and making the mega-wealthy pay more in taxes.
The city of Las Vegas has stopped charging people with misdemeanor domestic violence in the wake of a recent Nevada Supreme Court decision.
Two Nevada lawmakers say they are interested in exploring a law that would allow college athletes to make money from endorsement deals and other uses of their image and names.
State and county officials are moving forward on a stalled effort to build a memorial commemorating the 1 October shooting victims.
The state of Nevada has launched an investigation of marijuana testing labs for allegedly manipulating the levels of THC to make products seem more potent.
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is holding his annual Basque Fry in Gardnerville, which this year features current and former aides to President Donald Trump.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, fresh off the stage of the third presidential debate, campaigned in Reno and Carson City on Friday, the first stop on a two-day visit to Nevada that will end in Las Vegas today.
Clark County Commissioners are allowing some marijuana businesses not subject to a court injunction to apply for special use permits.
No Republican received a grade of less than 50 percent, but some came dangerously close. The conservative group did not hand out favorable grades to any of the Democrats.
A state panel upheld a permit issued for the Mount Hope Molybdenum Mine north of Eureka, but asked state officials and environmentalists to hash out their differences and return in six months.