A looming government shutdown could affect food assistance programs, air travel, national parks and more, according to Nevada’s federal delegates.
Jessica Hill covers Nevada politics. Before joining the Las Vegas Review-Journal in August 2022, she covered politics and environmental issues for the Las Vegas Sun. Jessica moved to Las Vegas in October 2021 after spending two years on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, writing about crime and small-town governments. Hailing from Akron, Ohio, she graduated in 2019 from Ohio University with degrees in journalism, global studies and Spanish.
An executive committee member said the county party is a private organization and the goal is to keep the party’s business within the party.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal clinched 61 awards — the most awards of any news organization — at the state’s top contest honoring digital and print journalism.
Dermatologist and former United States Ambassador Jeff Gunter thinks he has what it takes beat Democratic Sen. Jacky Rosen in November 2024.
John Bruchhagen, who was elected to the Clark County Republican Party executive board in July, has resigned, alleging a toxic environment.
The Nevada Republican Party’s planned caucus for 2024 could be made official at a meeting Saturday — or members could decide to scrap it.
The officers and directors of the club expressed concerns about the Nevada Republican Party’s plans to hold a caucus alongside the state-run primary.
The Moapa Educational Support Center, located on the reservation of the Moapa Band of Paiutes, has been working to raise awareness and bring more students and teachers to the building.
A petition initiative is seeking to have Nevadans vote on codifying the right to reproductive freedom in the state’s constitution.
The Nevada Commission on Ethics resolved 120 complaint cases between July 2022 and June 2023.
The Republican National Committee and the Nevada Republican Party leaders laid out their plans to win Nevada races in 2024 and unseat Democrats.
The $10 million vocational village aims to help incarcerated individuals gain skills for high-demand jobs and reduce rates of reoffending.
Two weeks ago, a storm ravaged the popular winter recreation area, bringing eight inches of rain and three feet of flood waters. Now the cleanup process is underway.
Attorney General Aaron Ford urged those affected by the breach to monitor and place fraud alerts on their credit reports.