A public employee’s personal devices are open to public inspection under the state’s public records laws, the state Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Thursday.
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.
A new poll shows Chris Giunchigliani and Steve Sisolak in a statistical dead heat in the Democratic gubernatorial primary.
The Nevada Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in the cases involving a death row inmate who wants to die and the controversial ballot initiative aimed at preventing local governments from enacting sanctuary city policies.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of the Trump administration’s lawsuit challenging three California laws protecting undocumented immigrants.
An unlikely pair of elected officials teamed up Monday to make a public call to funnel more marijuana tax monies to education in Nevada.
Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer’s super PAC NextGen America says it plans to focus on the competitive races for governor and Congressional Districts 3 and 4, but will be specifically focused on ousting Nevada’s incumbent Republican Sen. Dean Heller.
About two weeks after the Oct. 1 shooting, Democratic candidate for governor Steve Sisolak received a $2,500 donation from from a gun range that specializes in letting patrons fire automatic weapons.
Republican Victoria Seaman is ending her bid for Congress, she announced Thursday.
It’s officially election season in Nevada, and that means its only a matter of time before your televisions and radios are overtaken by political ads.
Stores across the state sold roughly $32.8 million worth of marijuana for the month, down from December’s $35.8 million in sales, according to statistics published by the state this week.
Civil rights attorneys say a Reno high school student’s First Amendment rights were violated when he was suspended after calling a Northern Nevada Congressman’s office.
Nevadans with past misdemeanor pot convictions can have their records sealed away, but the Clark County district attorney isn’t ready to wave a magic wand to make it happen.
The Nevada Democrat had said in December he would not run again for the state’s 4th Congressional District after women accused him of sexual harassment. In recent weeks, he had been reconsidering his options, but he did not file candidacy papers as of Friday’s deadline.
At the urging of President Donald Trump, Republican Danny Tarkanian is dropping out of the U.S. Senate race to make another run for Congress.