Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo skipped the forum, drawing criticism from other candidates
Colton Lochhead covers pot and politics for the Review-Journal, where he started as an intern covering crime and breaking news in 2012. Raised in Las Vegas, the life-long desert rat graduated from Bonanza High School before earning his journalism degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Sisolak, Cortez Masto, Lee lead in political fundraising in the first quarter of 2022.
The Energy Secretary toured Southern Nevada clean energy projects with two of Nevada’s representatives on Friday.
The Democratic National Committee is inviting states to apply to be the first to cast ballots for a presidential nominee in 2024.
A woman has accused Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo of attacking her last month.
Nevadans wanting to see former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and Army veteran Sam Brown square off in a debate will have to wait another month.
The Interim Finance Committee voted to allocate the first half of a $500 million investment in affordable housing that Gov. Steve Sisolak announced in February.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford held two press conferences Monday to discuss the state’s initial receipt of funds from $285.2 million awarded through opioid settlements.
A man shouted insults at Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, one month after a similar incident involving Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Consultant Matthew DeFalco, who is working on several campaigns as a political consultant this election cycle, was arrested at Resorts World in an alleged domestic violence incident.
As the Western drought worsens, water regulators are pushing for more ways to conserve water, including getting homes off septic systems and limiting the size of new pools in the valley.
Sonya Douglass Horsford is speaking on Twitter about her displeasure that the congressman is running for re-election after he has admitted to a long-running affair with a former intern.
On Friday, former Rep. Cresent Hardy filed to challenge six-term Democratic Rep. Dina Titus in Nevada’s 1st Congressional District. Also, Republican Danny Tarkanian filed in Carson City to run for the 2nd Congressional District seat.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday repeated his vow to make community college free for more people by 2025.