As Nevada senators move to fill two emergency vacancies on Nevada’s federal bench, state Judge Jennifer Togliatti may get a second chance at serving.
Justices say the Clark County Education Association “validly terminated” a contract requiring it to pay dues to the Nevada State Education Association.
Exactly a year after the first coronavirus case was recorded in Nevada, the state has reported 295,460 cases and 5,020 deaths.
Dan “Big Dan” Rodimer, the former professional wrestler who lost a bid for Congress in Nevada’s 3rd District in November, has announced another congressional bid, this time in a special election in Texas’ 6th District.
More Nevadans have warmed to the idea of getting vaccinated against COVID-19 over the past five months, according to a new poll.
Top leaders from the state workforce agency told lawmakers Thursday that fraudulent unemployment claims have a human cost: delayed benefits for jobless Nevadans who truly need them.
The state reported 18 new deaths over the preceding day on Thursday, bringing the cumulative total of fatalities in the state to 5,005.
The state workforce agency sent out a scam alert Thursday warning jobless Nevadans of Facebook pages impersonating the department.
Forty-six percent of respondents to The Nevada Poll, a phone and online survey, said they disapproved of actions taken by both the trustees and the superintendent.
Hospitality and casino workers could become eligible in the “next couple of weeks” in Southern Nevada, a state official says.
Democratic state lawmakers will propose using federal pandemic stimulus to bolster summer school programs to help students recover from a year of learning lost to pandemic restrictions.
Nevadans have favorable views of how Gov. Steve Sisolak and President Joe Biden are leading the state and nation, with more than half supporting Sisolak’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Time spent on house arrest could count as time served toward inmates’ sentences under a bill before the Legislature for the second session in a row.