Republican lawmakers on Sunday said the Biden administration gave Beijing an intelligence opening by not downing a suspected spy balloon in American airspace.
Anna Scott, a member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, was killed one year ago. Her family is still waiting for answers.
Leaders from both parties said education was a top priority as lawmakers gather in Carson City for the 82nd biennial legislative session.
The family of Rex Patchett, 13, says the reckless driver who killed the boy should have received a harsher sentence. “Rex’s Law” would toughen penalties.
The reconfiguring would have South Carolina hold its primary on Feb. 3, followed three days later by New Hampshire and Nevada.
The North Las Vegas Fire Department is “absorbing” dispatch duties from the private ambulance company it contracts for 911 calls.
Assemblyman Toby Yurek, a new lawmaker from Henderson, said he looks forward to building relationships with other lawmakers during his first legislative session.
Legislative leaders made the announcement in the wake of Gov. Lombardo’s State of the State speech in which he pledged to increase per-pupil spending in Nevada.
Nellis Air Force Base reportedly scrambled two jets in response to the balloon, and Secretary of State Anthony Blinken postponed a trip to China.
The city of Las Vegas completed initial code enforcement inspections at the nearly three dozen Las Vegas properties similar to the Alpine Motel.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development signed a nondisclosure agreement prohibiting it from sharing details on how much the electric carmaker is requesting.
With the recent expiration of a federal deadline, California now finds itself sharply at odds with six other states over how to take less water from the shrinking Colorado River.
Assemblywoman Danielle Gallant, a freshman legislator from Las Vegas, said she hopes to help expand school choice in Nevada.
Assemblyman Brian Hibbetts, a new lawmaker from Las Vegas, said he hopes to improve K-12 education in the state during the upcoming legislative session.
Assemblywoman Erica Mosca, a new lawmaker from Las Vegas, hopes to bring her experience in education to the Legislature.