Nevada Seeks To Intervene In Yucca Mountain CaseNevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has asked a federal appeals court in New Orleans to approve the Silver State as a third party in the case.
Democrats, Laxalt Disagree on New Time Limits for Rape KitsNevada's Republican attorney general and Democratic legislators disagree on how the state should address a backlog of thousands of rape kits.
Nevada Attorney General Wants Judge to Dismiss Fire LawsuitsNevada's attorney general wants a judge to dismiss all but a narrow piece of a series of lawsuits accusing the state of negligently mishandling a prescribed burn that turned into a raging wildfire last fall, destroying 23 homes.
Nevada Democrats Want Ethics Probe of Laxalt MeetingThe Nevada Democratic party wants state ethics officials to investigate whether state Attorney General Adam Laxalt violated conflict-of-interest rules in a meeting with a chief gambling regulator last April.
Las Vegas Woman Sentenced For Foreclosure Rescue SchemeShe and two co-defendants operated a business known as National Prevention Center that defrauded homeowners using a foreclosure rescue scheme.
Laxalt Has $1.5M in Campaign Cash for Possible Governor BidOne of the leading Nevada Republicans considering running for governor next year is showing off a sizeable campaign war chest nearly two years before the 2018 election.
Four Indicted in Las Vegas Towing Scam That Netted $2 MillionA grand jury has indicted four Las Vegas men on 21 felony counts accusing them of operating a fraudulent towing operation that netted them at least $2 million.
Nevada Settles Patient-Dumping Lawsuit Claim with InsurerNevada is agreeing to pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit with an insurance provider that wouldn't pay a state claim to settle allegations of patient dumping with the city of San Francisco.
Nevada Dissents on Report Critical of Public Lands FightNevada is the lone dissent on a report that cast doubt on Utah's push to gain control of millions of acres of federal land through the courts.
Nevada, 20 Other States Sue to Block Overtime Pay Law ExpansionA coalition of 21 states is suing the U.S. Department of Labor over a new rule that would make more higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay.
NRA Group Airs 1st Ad Against Nevada Gun Buy Checks MeasureA National Rifle Association-backed group is airing its first TV ads featuring the Nevada state attorney general and three sheriffs urging voters to reject a gun-purchase background checks measure on the November statewide ballot.
Vegas K-9 Officer Indicted in Insurance Fraud, Arson CaseA veteran Las Vegas police K-9 officer has been indicted on felony charges alleging he burned his recreational vehicle trailer in January for the insurance money.