Nevada Judges Ask Residents to Respond to Jury Duty SummonsNevada judges and court officials are launching a campaign to get more people to respond to summonses for jury services.
Question 1 and the LoopholesDon Turner joined the Heidi Harris Show to discuss the gun show loophole and how effective Question 1 would be in preventing the wrong people from attaining guns.
Things to Know About Nevada's Legal Pot Ballot MeasureNevada joins California, Arizona, Massachusetts and Arizona as one of five states voting this November on whether to legalize recreational marijuana.
Objectionable Posts From GOP Senate Hopeful's Son SurfaceThe 19-year-old son of a Nevada Republican who is in a pivotal U.S. Senate race is apologizing after his objectionable social media posts came to light.
Nevada's New Commerce Tax Paying Off Big in First YearA controversial new Nevada tax on large businesses has brought the state 17 percent more money than expected in its first year.
Rep. Mark Amodei to Serve as Trump Campaign Nevada ChairmanDonald Trump campaign officials say they've named Rep. Mark Amodei as their Nevada state chairman.
Nevada Offers Online Medical Marijuana Card ApplicationNevada officials say they will now offer the medical marijuana card application process online.
Nevada, 20 Other States Sue to Block Overtime Pay Law ExpansionA coalition of 21 states is suing the U.S. Department of Labor over a new rule that would make more higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay.
With Possible Session Ahead, 5 New Lawmakers to be ChosenNevada could have five new lawmakers this week as the state fills vacancies in preparation for a potential legislative session to approve an NFL stadium funding plan.
NV Campaign Against Legal Pot Launches With Big-Name SupportA group is launching a formal campaign against legalizing recreational marijuana in Nevada, and is unveiling a list of heavy-hitting backers including Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Nevada casino industry's trade organization.
Nevada Sees Rise in Income Inequality in 2015Nevada has seen a slight increase in income inequality between 2014 and 2015, making it one of only eight states to have the gap rise.
Nevada Water Official Plans 2017 Hearings on Pumping IssueNevada's top state water official plans hearings next year to resolve long-fought disputes over a proposal to pump groundwater from valleys near the Nevada-Utah state line and pipe it to Las Vegas.