Gov. Brian Sandoval is not convinced that President Donald Trump’s proposal to arm teachers to make schools safer is a good idea, telling reporters Friday “at first blush, it concerns me.”
Nevada’s competitive Democratic gubernatorial primary is a high-stakes affair in more ways than one — the losing candidate will be legally required to give back hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign donations.
A new group aiming to tap into the political potential of Nevada’s sizable Hispanic community is backed by an old name -- the man who presided over one of the few Democratic political operations that flipped Republican seats in the last election.
A less-than-ideal space situation prompted the Clark County School Board of Trustees to abruptly pull a controversial agenda item Thursday night about a proposed gender-diverse policy. It’s the second time in less than a month that trustees have taken no action on the matter.
Nevadans could soon see additional benefits from the Republican-backed tax bill in the form of lower utility bills — and not just through reduced electric costs.
A nurse who was fired from his job at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas last year after marijuana was found in his system has won a preliminary victory in his wrongful termination case, which will test whether Nevada employment law keeps pace with increasing public acceptance of cannabis.
North Las Vegas has become the latest Nevada jurisdiction to contract with a major Las Vegas firm in suing a troop of major pharmaceutical-grade opioid manufacturers and distributors.