Nevada Democrats Condemn Requiring El Salvadorians to LeaveDemocrats in Nevada are decrying the Trump administration's decision to end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants, a move that will force nearly 200,000 people to leave the country by September 2019 or face deportation.
GOP Tax Bill Could Cost Vegas Extra Millions on Raiders StadiumThe Oakland Raiders decided to move to Las Vegas largely because Clark County, Nevada, agreed to finance a new stadium with $750 million in tax-exempt bonds. Now, that tax exemption could be going away, leaving the county on the hook for even more money.
Rep. Titus: Immigration Orders Hurt Nevada TourismU.S. Rep. Dina Titus is calling the president's executive orders aimed at stricter immigration enforcement xenophobic policies that have hurt tourism in Las Vegas.
Nevadans in Congress Nearly United Against Nuke Dump FundingNevada's congressional delegation is nearly united decrying President Donald Trump's request for Congress to allocate $120 million to restart the licensing process for a national nuclear waste dump in the desert outside Las Vegas.
Titus Tops Perry in District 1 RaceDemocratic Rep. Dina Titus has coasted to re-election in an urban Las Vegas district where her party has a two-to-one voter registration advantage.
Las Vegas, Reno-Area Programs Getting Homeless Veterans HelpHomeless veterans programs in Las Vegas and the Reno area are getting more than $430,000 in federal grants to help more than 60 people with housing and medical services.
Vegas Awarded $2.9 Million Homeland Security GrantMoney for terrorism prevention and response training.
Nevada Congresswoman On Overseas Trip
Commissioner Chris G's Husband DeadHead-on collision on Mt Charleston kills Gary Gray
Nevada Representatives Vote For Medical Pot ProvisionAll four of Nevada's U.S. House members voted in favor of an amendment the House has passed blocking the federal government from interfering with states that permit the use of medical marijuana.
Titus Seeking Re-Election in Nevada-1Congresswoman Dina Titus has made it official, filing papers for re-election in Nevada's First Congressional District.
Lawmakers Split On Debt Ceiling VoteNevada’s congressional delegation split along party lines to suspend the federal debt limit through mid-March 2015.