Minden is a former “sundown town,” where ordinances prohibited non-white people from remaining after dark. A loud siren that heralded the deadline to leave still sounds twice daily.
For the second time in two years, a move to restore and expand school health centers has been removed from the Clark County School Board’s agenda without explanation.
In fits and starts, lawmakers on Friday moved some 80 bills through committees ahead of an end-of-day deadline as the Legislature closed in on its final two weeks of session.
The Nevada Supreme Court has a history of issuing rulings in the waning days of legislative sessions that impact the state budget, and this year was no exception.
The investigation began after the officer changed his Facebook profile photo to a shot of himself outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the day of the four-hour riot.
The Clark County School District and Nevada colleges aren’t planning to drop policies requiring mask-wearing on campuses and offices.
Nevada on Friday reported 389 new coronavirus cases and seven additional deaths, ending another week of improvement in the key metrics for the disease.
Elise Stefanik, a moderate turned Trump loyalist, was elected as expected to the No. 3 post that Liz Cheney held for over two years.
Two prisoners, a Clark County School District employee and a Nevada Department of Corrections staff member are accused of participating in a phone smuggling scheme at High Desert State Prison.
Democratic state lawmakers unveiled a sweeping renewable energy bill Thursday that they say will pave the path for Nevada to meet its renewable energy goals while boosting jobs along the way.
President Joe Biden pledged an aggressive response to the cyberattack that temporarily shut down the Colonial Pipeline and warned gasoline stations on Thursday not to engage in price gouging as motorists wait for fuel to start flowing back to their communities.
The Department of Justice is releasing $40 million to Nevada to assist crime victims — including those who continue to suffer from injuries from the Oct. 1 mass shooting — after Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto demanded that withheld funds be sent to the state.
New federal guidance that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask in most indoor and outdoor settings is now effective in Nevada. Yet businesses in the state may still require masks for customers and employees, if they so choose.