Polls in the races at the top of Nevada’s ballot show the races are too close to call, in a state where no statewide candidate has won by more than 50,000 votes in the last three cycles.
Republican Jim Marchant, a proponent of 2020 election fraud claims, says mail-in ballots should not be used. But he used them on three separate occasions in another state.
NDOC Director Charles Daniels allegedly berated staff in meetings following two suicides by inmates this month, according to a letter sent to Gov. Steve Sisolak by prison medical and mental health staff.
A District Court judge granted Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo’s motion for sanctions against Reno attorney Joey Gilbert on Wednesday.
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A glitch in the mobile gaming system used by William Hill was responsible for thousands of duplicate wagers on events and resulted in complaints from gamblers.
Dr. Michael Minev submitted his resignation on Sept. 13, officials said. The resignation comes less than a week after two inmates died by suicide at High Desert State Prison.
Teaming with Rock the Vote, the Raiders are making a push to ensure eligible voters are registered and ready to vote in November’s elections.
The last time the Nevada Legislature audited the Clark County School District was in 2004.
Earlier this week, six Southern Nevada chambers of commerce announced that they were endorsing an initiative that would let local governing bodies create their own school districts.
Republicans and Democrats both oppose the ranked-choice ballot initiative. The group behind a proposed constitutional amendment takes that as a good sign.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has a new TV ad in his race for governor, but he needs a bolder way to answer the 3 a.m. phone call.
A half-metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium secretly shipped into Nevada in 2019 has been removed four years ahead of schedule.
Republicans who oppose abortion vow they would nonetheless protect Nevada’s statute guaranteeing abortion rights if faced with a federal bill to ban the practice nationwide.
Tudor Chirila Jr., 77, was being held Thursday in the Washoe County Jail without bail on a charge of being a fugitive from another state.