Under the American Families Plan announced in late April, an estimated $109 billion would fund universal community college.
A Second Amendment rights group has filed a lawsuit challenging Nevada’s recently-passed law that bans the sale, use and ownership of untraceable “ghost guns.”
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed several bills in Las Vegas Friday that will expand voting access, abolish the state’s caucuses and move Nevada into a first-in-the-nation presidential preference primary election in 2024.
A wildfire that has scorched 1,500 acres about 20 miles west of Las Vegas was caused by target shooting that ignited dry vegetation, federal officials said Friday.
Outraged lawmakers are saying a wild horse adoption program should be halted and an investigation should be conducted following a report that some of the horses were sold to buyers and slaughtered for meat.
Nevada on Friday reported 262 new coronavirus cases and one additional death, according to state data.
Clashes over how to teach students about racism and its role in U.S. history are raging in school districts across Nevada and elsewhere, stoking culture wars over curriculums that have previously received less attention.
The fish can be found only in the area of the Amargosa River Basin in southern Nye County, according to the U.S. Fish Wildlife Service.
Bilingual education is set to make a comeback in the Clark County School District with a gradual rollout of English and Spanish hybrid programs in three schools by the 2022-23 school year.
A broad swath of territory in Southern Clark County has long been important to roughly a dozen indigenous tribes, and it even includes a ranch with Hollywood connections.
Troopers were called at 11:44 p.m. to Interstate 15 near mile marker 107 after a report of a crash involving a tractor-trailer, officials said.
Nevada incubators and investment groups are looking forward to a change in private investment regulations known as blue sky laws through the passage of new legislation.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday denied Las Vegas Councilman Stavros Anthony’s bid to force a new election after a razor-thin defeat to Ross Miller for a Clark County Commission seat in November.