Nevada officials say the company is evading state regulations by making quick stops in California without picking up customers during trips to Las Vegas.
Politics and Government
A continuously updated list of bills from the 2023 Legislature vetoed by Gov. Joe Lombardo.
The Nevada Assembly amended an education bill sought by Gov. Joe Lombardo on Sunday night, a sign that a deal to close the 2023 session may have been struck.
Nevada lawmakers have avoided holding special sessions more often than not in the last 25 years, but a short special session is still possible this year.
Assistant Sheriff Jim Seebock, who was elected to the Henderson City Council in April, has been with the Metropolitan Police Department for three decades.
A new version of the Appropriations Act introduced in the state Senate is identical to a bill Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed on Thursday.
Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed a bill that would have criminalized participating in a fake-elector scheme; here are six things to know about that veto.
President Joe Biden signed legislation on Saturday that lifts the nation’s debt ceiling, averting an unprecedented default on the federal government’s debt.
Gov. Joe Lombardo has vetoed bills on guns, trains and climate change.
State officials have filed a motion to take over the operations of a Nevada medical insurer, citing months of “inconsistent financial filings.”
Las Vegas City Attorney Bryan Scott is stepping down from the post after three years.
About 10,000 mail-in ballots were not counted between the primary and general elections in 2022. What can be done to fix this?
Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed the government appropriations bill just minutes before it would have automatically become law without his signature.
The United States Senate has passed a bill to raise debt ceiling.
Assembly Bill 118 reduces the board overseeing the Nevada System of Higher Education from 13 members to nine, in addition to establishing four-year terms.