Mark Robertson, a retired U.S. Army colonel and former financial planner, is campaigning full time for the chance to face off against Democratic Susie Lee in CD-3.
Rory Appleton joined the Review-Journal in May 2019 as a politics reporter after five years with The Fresno Bee, where he most recently covered politics. Born and raised in Fresno, he graduated with a degree in print journalism from Fresno State University before joining his hometown paper, where his work earned six California News Publishers Association top awards in a two-year span.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Thursday continued to encourage — and times pleaded with — Nevadans to get vaccinated against COVID-19, announcing steps being taken to avoid shutdowns and mandates.
A 75-day listening tour began to solicit feedback on how to use the record $6.7 billion coming into the state from the American Rescue Plan.
The state of Nevada will launch a 75-day listening tour on Tuesday to gather suggestions on how to spend the $6.7 billion in money awarded by the federal government as part of the American Rescue Plan.
The Clark County Republican Party will resume a July 20 meeting that ended in chaos and without electing new leadership on Aug. 17.
The Clark County Republican Party is in flux as members fight over whether an existing slate of officers may still conduct party meetings.
A new poll of Nevada voters released Monday found bipartisan support for getting rid of the caucus system in favor of presidential preference primary elections.
Henderson attorney, small businessman and Iraq War veteran Noah Malgeri has begun campaigning for the 2022 Republican nomination in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District.
Henderson contractor John Kovacs has announced a bid for the Republican primary in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, saying his business and engineering background uniquely qualify him for a spot representing the southern tip of the state in Washington, D.C.
The first installments of the newly expanded federal child care tax credit will start arriving on Thursday for the families of some 600,000 Nevada children.
The U.S. House of Representatives took an initial step on Monday toward not funding the proposed nuclear repository at Yucca Mountain for fiscal year 2022.
The first wave of a Federal Emergency Management Agency “surge team” will be deployed Tuesday in southern Nevada, where it will assist with increasing COVID-19 vaccination rates.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Gov. Steve Sisolak and Rep. Susie Lee toured a Henderson elementary school’s summer lunch program on Thursday.
Gov. Steve Sisolak waded further into the debate over the future of the death penalty in Nevada during an exchange Wednesday with Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson.