Sandoval Mulls Barring Agencies From Arresting ImmigrantsGov. Brian Sandoval is considering whether Nevada needs a directive similar to Washington state's barring state agencies from arresting certain immigrants.
Faraday Future: Plan is to Resume Nevada Plant WorkUpstart electric vehicle company Faraday Future says it plans to resume construction soon on a $1 billion southern Nevada manufacturing plant where it says it'll begin producing cars in 2018.
Gov. Sandoval Rejects National Guard Immigration MemoRepublican Gov. Brian Sandoval says he would not mobilize the Nevada National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants if President Donald Trump asked him to do it.
Northern Nevada Braces For More Flooding Thursday, BeyondStill cleaning up after the latest round of flooding, much of northern Nevada is bracing for another series of wet storms that could swamp the state again into next week.
Flood Warning Extended in Parts of Northern NevadaParts of northern Nevada saw major flooding Monday as snowmelt-fed high water on the Humbolt River moved west from Elko, authorities said.
Governor, Elections Chief Say No Illegal Voting in NevadaNevada's governor and top state election official said Wednesday they know of no evidence that anyone voted illegally last November.
Raiders File Paperwork for Las Vegas MoveThe Oakland Raiders took the next step toward becoming the Las Vegas Raiders Thursday, officially filing paperwork with the NFL to relocate the team to Nevada.
Things to Know: Governor Sandoval's Budget PlanGov. Brian Sandoval's two-year budget proposal includes significant new money for state universities and community colleges, K-12 education, veterans, prisons, state workers and Nevada's park system.
State Democrats Will Resist Private School VouchersThe Democratic leader of Nevada's Senate doesn't like Gov. Brian Sandoval's latest plan to finance private schools with public money.
Nevada Governor Wants 10 Percent Tax on Retail Pot SalesNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval outlined his budget blueprint for his final two years in office Tuesday by proposing more than $115 million in new spending for higher education and a raise for all state workers to be funded in large part by taxes on marijuana sales.
Sandoval Preps for Final State of the State AddressNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is prepping for his final State of the State address before he's term-limited out of office at the end of 2018.
Judge Clarifies Order in Challenge to School Choice ProgramA Nevada judge has revised a previous order in a legal challenge to the state's voucher-style Education Savings Account program to allow the treasurer's office to continue to accept applications.