Thousands of Nevadans are showing their support to end discrimination for the gay and transgender community in the workplace.
The government is reopening its doors Thursday after a battle-weary Congress approved a bipartisan measure Wednesday to end a 16-day partial shutdown and avert the possibility of an economy-jarring federal default.
Steve Sanson, President for the Veterans In Politics International, joins the show to talk about the termination of officer Jesus Arevalo. Sanson says Gillespie should go as well.
U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) has announced his opposition to military action in Syria.
Nevada’s congressional delegation has mixed feelings about President Obama’s request to bomb Syrian targets.
At least two Nevada lawmakers are urging President Obama to consult with Congress before going ahead with a military strike against Syria.
The door may not be shut on storing high-level nuclear waste in Nevada.
The Senate has agreed to give Nevada a place on a border security panel that will form if federal authorities can’t come up with a way to stop 90 percent of illegal border crossings.
Hundreds of people gathered at a funeral in Reno to pay tribute to Barbara Vucanovich, the first woman sent to Congress from Nevada.
Nevada’s congressional representatives don’t want the government to blacklist cities because they’re too fun.