Another warm, dry winter could mean increased water demand and additional harm to desert animals, experts say.
Blake Apgar joined the Review-Journal as a general assignment reporter in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He interned at the Review-Journal in the summer of 2016, and now covers North Las Vegas and Henderson government. He was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
With the declining water levels of Lake Mead as a backdrop, Vice President Kamala Harris made the climate change case for passing a pair of Biden administration initiatives.
A Humboldt County judge tossed a lawsuit that a Clark County GOP faction led by state Sen. Carrie Buck filed last week to stop the Nevada Republican Party from holding a meeting.
Henderson City Councilman Dan Stewart’s decision to drop out of the city’s mayoral race comes just six months after he officially announced his candidacy.
Former Washoe County Republican Party Chair Michael Kadenacy will turn his attention to helping candidates through the newly formed Nevada Wins PAC.
A faction now led by state Sen. Carrie Buck, R-Henderson, seeks to stop the Nevada Republican Party from holding a meeting to elect its chairman on Saturday.
The Nevada State Democratic Party chair said the spending was aboveboard and part of an effort to make the party functional after outgoing leaders left her with few resources.
Former Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s comments come as he wraps up the southern swing of a statewide tour in his effort to unseat Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto next year.
The Southwest has experienced a period of historic dryness and near record-setting temperatures since the beginning of last year.
Three politically experienced Black women have announced bids for North Las Vegas mayor, replacing John Lee, who’s running for governor.
A few dozen people gathered Tuesday morning in front of a federal building in downtown Las Vegas to rally in support of Black migrants.
The secretary of state’s office says it is maintaining a hold on filings related to the Clark County GOP to allow more time for a court to settle a dispute between party factions.
Local governments in Southern Nevada are gearing up to adopt new political boundaries based on population data from the census.