Maggie McLetchie, who has sued government agencies in Nevada for access to public records, believes those same government agencies will exploit Marsy’s Law to shield themselves from additional public scrutiny.
Natalie Bruzda covered higher education for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between April 2016 and October 2018. She came to the Review-Journal after living, studying and working in southwestern Pennsylvania her entire life. She is an alumna of Waynesburg University and West Virginia University, and previously covered education and local government at newspapers in Punxsutawney and Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
However, registered Democrats claim only a slight edge over Republicans in the number of votes cast. Republican turnout trails Democratic turnout by 6,246 votes.
Only two days of early voting in Nevada are in the books, but the record-setting numbers signify an “unusually high” midterm election turnout.
The Saturday turnout of nearly 22,000 as of 3 p.m. was already over 4,000 more than the previous record for the first day of early voting during a midterm election, Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin said.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday ruled 4-3 on the side of the public’s right to know the retirement benefits of state employees in a high-profile public records case that began three years ago.
If Hof does defeat Democrat Lesia Romanov, a vacancy would be created in Assembly District 36. That will prompt a process where three commissions of each county covered in the district must come together to find a Republican replacement a few months before the start of the 2019 legislative session.
Voting pro-school choice candidates into office is the first step to strengthening the Nevada’s public education system, state Sen. Michael Roberson said Tuesday night during a school-choice rally.
The governor’s office of Science, Innovation and Technology has poured resources into the state’s colleges over the past few years to boost the relationship between industry and STEM education opportunities.
The newcomers will be tasked, along with the remainder of the board, on measuring the progress of the state’s seven public colleges against five strategic goals adopted earlier this year. They include raising graduation rates, increasing access to higher education for Nevadans, and closing the achievement gap.
Solis is one of 10 fellows — or “Top Gun” future educators — a program created to recruit the most promising future educators from around the country to teach Nevada students.
Five panelists, including photojournalist David Becker, Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg and Deborah Kuhls, director of the University Medical Center trauma intensive care unit, shared their experiences from the night of the Oct. 1 mass shooting and how they’ve grown in the year since during a panel discussion Friday night at UNLV.
Democrat James Ohrenschall, a longtime and term-limited assemblyman, is taking advantage of the vacancy to move to a higher state office. Republican Ron McGinnis is hoping to stop the flood of “career politicians” in his third bid for political office.
Michael Roberson is leaving the Nevada Senate for a shot at lieutenant governor, and in his wake, he’s leaving the Republican party vulnerable.
Dr. Deborah Kuhls, who’s serving on a panel at UNLV on Friday to discuss her experiences from the night of Oct. 1, 2017, has been a trauma surgeon at UMC for more than 18 years.