Lawmakers Pile on New Bills, Pitch for Student Loan AidThe Nevada Legislature will jump-start the week with dozens of new bills and a debate on whether the state should pitch in to help people pay down student loans.
Nevada Lawmaker Wants Employers to Justify Pay DiscrepanciesA Las Vegas Democrat is seeking a major policy shift in state law intended to eliminate wage disparities between men and women throughout Nevada.
Elderly Man Won't Face Death In Hospital 'Open Murder' Of Wife An elderly Nevada man who told police he shot his wife in a hospital to end her suffering will not face a potential death penalty for murder, a prosecutor said Thursday.
New Year, New LawsForty-five bills passed by the Nevada legislature in 2013 became law at the stroke of midnight on January 1, 2014.
Sandoval Completes Actions On Legislative BillsNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has finished making decisions on bills approved by the 2013 Legislature.
DNA Testing Bill Advances In LegislatureA bill requiring DNA testing for those arrested on a felony is still alive.
Senate Approves Expansion Of Hate Crime ProtectionThe Nevada Senate has approved a bill to include transgender people in Nevada's hate crimes statute.
Cellular Phone Use Behind The Wheel Continues In Las VegasSome drivers are ignoring Nevada's new law that bans chatting and texting behind the wheel.
Court Honors Man's Last Wish To Keep $3M Estate From Family