Nevada Capitol to Receive Accessibility UpgradesNevada's Capitol building will receive some long-awaited updates to make it more accessible to disabled people.
Judge Dismisses Suit Against Nevada School Choice ProgramA Las Vegas judge has dismissed one of two lawsuits filed against Nevada's sweeping new school choice program, although the program is still on hold for other concerns.
Commerce Tax Foes, Defenders Argue in Nevada Supreme CourtNevada Supreme Court justices are considering whether a measure to repeal the state's new commerce tax is fit for the ballot.
Commerce Tax Repeal Effort Faces Nevada Supreme Court TestA high-stakes battle over a new business tax passed last year by the Nevada Legislature is heading to the Nevada Supreme Court.
Unemployment Rates Inch Up in Nevada Metro AreasUnemployment rates have inched up in Nevada's three main metropolitan areas, although officials say the state's main industries are all adding jobs.
Big Drop In Uninsured Nevada Kindergartners
Expect Unemployment Insurance Service Interruption
Drought Panel Told There's No Water On Nevada Range
Talks With Carmaker Faraday Future Continue
State Assemblyman Found Guilty Of DUI
Shuttered Nevada Prison Closer To Being Tourist AttractionTo see the Nevada State Prison in Carson City is to understand why lawmakers decided to shut it down three years ago. The site, which housed prisoners even before Nevada became a state 150 years ago, features cramped cells, uneven walkways and the kinds of blind spots that would leave corrections officers patrolling the yard nervous.
2 Fallen Vegas Officers Honored At Annual Police Memorial