Deeper cuts to Nevada’s allocation of Colorado River water could be coming in the next few years, according to water level projections released this week.
Blake Apgar joined the Review-Journal as a general assignment reporter in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He interned at the Review-Journal in the summer of 2016, and now covers North Las Vegas and Henderson government. He was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
One sect of the Clark County GOP recalled several of the party’s trustees Tuesday night while a competing sect held a new election for party leadership at a separate meeting.
In an email to committee members on Thursday, the Nevada State Democratic Party took a swipe at a coordinated campaign that bypassed the state party.
Both groups within the Clark County Republican Party contend they are the rightful leaders of the party and are in charge of hosting the party’s regular meeting.
Veteran and small-business owner Sam Peters kicked off his campaign for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District at a rally in the Ahern Hotel.
A $1 trillion infrastructure bill garnered bipartisan support in the U.S. Senate. It includes more than $8 billion for Western water infrastructure.
A District Court judge on Thursday overturned a previous court order that voided an election of a new leadership team for the Clark County GOP.
Two environmentalist groups are throwing their support behind Amy Vilela in the Democratic primary for the congressional seat held by Rep. Dina Titus.
On Thursday, District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez invalidated an outside meeting that ended in the improper election of a new leadership team, court records show.
Areas of Douglas County along Lake Tahoe are now under a mandatory evacuation order as the Caldor Fire continues to approach Nevada.
In a history-making vote last week, Assemblywoman Susie Martinez became the first woman and Latina to serve as executive secretary-treasurer of the Nevada AFL-CIO.
Army veteran Sam Brown said he joined the race for U.S. Senate because the people are ill-represented by the political class.
A state board voted Tuesday to suspend a Henderson funeral home’s permits after a July inspection found numerous issues, including bodies stacked on top of each other.
The Democratic National Committee rolled into Las Vegas Tuesday to push a positive message for the party.
U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt said Nevadans don’t have anyone to stand up to corporations, big tech and “leftist woke cancel culture.” He wants to be the one to do it.