The Las Vegas Valley Water District is expected to adopt a new rate structure so big users pay more when they use more water.
There are deep problems within Nevada’s worker compensation system that require a systemic change, injured workers say.
Rep. Dina Titus is calling for passage of her bump-stock ban in a letter sent to House and Senate leaders on the fifth anniversary of the 1 October shooting.
Doubling down on a campaign attack that’s already been disproven is a mysterious strategy.
Nevada Department of Corrections Director Charles Daniels resigned effective Friday, according to Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak.
A Carson City District Court judge denied a challenge from a progressive group to block hand counting ballots in Nevada.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo now says he would not repeal Gov. Steve Sisolak’s executive order protecting abortions for out-of-state patients, although he previously said he would.
The Legislative Commission on Tuesday approved a regulation with specific steps to be taken if the Clark County School District doesn’t follow a 2017 measure that gives individual schools more control.
A testing facility that allegedly intentionally manipulated cannabis testing results will face disciplinary action after state regulators denied the company’s motion to dismiss the action Tuesday.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo discussed water, affordable housing and development.
Jeff Wells, Clark County Deputy Manager, has overseen four departments where serious misconduct was exposed by the Review-Journal, including the public administrator’s office.
Polls in the races at the top of Nevada’s ballot show the races are too close to call, in a state where no statewide candidate has won by more than 50,000 votes in the last three cycles.
Republican Jim Marchant, a proponent of 2020 election fraud claims, says mail-in ballots should not be used. But he used them on three separate occasions in another state.
NDOC Director Charles Daniels allegedly berated staff in meetings following two suicides by inmates this month, according to a letter sent to Gov. Steve Sisolak by prison medical and mental health staff.
A District Court judge granted Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo’s motion for sanctions against Reno attorney Joey Gilbert on Wednesday.