Some of Nevada's Top Republicans Skipping RNC ConventionSome of Nevada's top Republicans are sitting out of their party's national convention in Cleveland next week.
Vegas Stadium Committee Gets More TimeGov. Brian Sandoval is giving a committee more time to hammer out the details of a proposed NFL-grade stadium in Las Vegas.
State Approves $2.5M to Keep Fighting Yucca Mountain DumpA state board has approved $2.5 million more to fight efforts to develop the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump in Nevada.
Nevada Getting Federal Help to Study State Juvenile JusticeState officials are acknowledging they don't know whether Nevada's juvenile justice programs meet current standards, but say they expect that'll change with federal help for a sweeping review of how youthful offenders are treated.
New Ad Focuses on Cortez Masto Work Against Sex TraffickingDemocratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto has launched a new ad highlighting her work on an anti-sex trafficking bill that unanimously passed the Legislature in 2013.
Panel Approves Clark County School District BreakupA Nevada legislative panel has approved a plan to reorganize the Clark County School District, the nation's fifth-largest.
Officials Call for 2017 Clark County School BreakupOfficials are calling for the reorganization for the Clark County School District by August 2017.
Tax Votes Loom Large Over Nevada Legislature PrimariesRepublican lawmakers who took the risky move of supporting GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval's $1.4 billion tax plan face their biggest test yet on Tuesday.
Governor Helps Dedicate New Nevada Veterans MemorialGov. Brian Sandoval and other dignitaries were on hand to dedicate a new Nevada Veterans Memorial outside a state office building in Las Vegas.
New Nevada Prisons Chief Declares Shift Toward Inmate RehabThe state official hired to change the culture of guards and inmates in Nevada's prisons is promising to shift the system toward inmate rehabilitation, in an effort to protect the public.
Rooftop Solar Company Sunrun Drops Suit Against Sandoval
AG, Governor Differ on Obama Transgender Bathroom DirectiveNevada's top elected Republicans are taking differing approaches to President Barack Obama's directive on bathroom access for transgender students.