Governor Brian Sandoval
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada and the federal government are agreeing to have a panel keep studying whether the U.S. will bury radioactive material from Tennessee at a former nuclear weapons proving ground north of Las […]
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Interviews are set this week for 36 applicants for three Nevada Court of Appeals positions created by the passage of Question 1 on the Nov. 4 ballot. Appeals court hopefuls have filled out detailed […]
A group has filed paperwork to launch an initiative to put gun background checks the Nevada ballot in 2016.
Governor and State School Superintendent launch “Find A Book Nevada” program
Asurion will hire 500 people in Nevada in the coming year, and hopes to hire 800 within five years, estimating it will mean a billion dollar impact on the Nevada economy in the next decade.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Major road projects in Nevada will likely be delayed unless Congress acts by fall to address a highway funding shortfall. A report presented Monday to the state Transportation Board of Directors says […]
Gov. Brian Sandoval says there are no good choices for Nevada as it tries to decide what do to about its troubled health insurance exchange.
The names of a Las Vegas search-and-rescue officer and two other officers have been added to a memorial in Carson City honoring law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
Governor Sandoval joined talks between the city of North Las Vegas and its unions to solve the city’s $18 million budget deficit.
Senator Dean Heller calls BLM “overreaching” for closing roads and declaring lands off-limits during a cattle roundup as part of a dispute with a rancher.