Justin Smith, the student in the yearbook photo, in April 2019 filed a complaint in Clark County District Court alleging negligence by the Clark County School District, which has appealed the case.
U.S. regulators and 17 states are suing Amazon over allegations that it inflates prices on and off its platform, overcharges sellers and stifles competition.
A looming government shutdown could affect food assistance programs, air travel, national parks and more, according to Nevada’s federal delegates.
State Treasurer Zach Conine made the announcement just three years after the rainy day fund was drained in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
It’s no minor feat for officials in the Silver State when a U.S. president or another dignitary visits Nevada.
Sen. Dina Neal of North Las Vegas created a legal defense fund on Aug. 17.
Dermatologist and former United States Ambassador Jeff Gunter thinks he has what it takes beat Democratic Sen. Jacky Rosen in November 2024.
Gov. Joe Lombardo announced the “Acing Accountability” initiative during a news conference at Mater Academy Mountain Vista, a public charter school in Las Vegas.
The Nevada Republican Party’s planned caucus for 2024 could be made official at a meeting Saturday — or members could decide to scrap it.
Regulators have approved a statewide rate for natural disaster prevention that would result in Southern Nevadans paying for Northern Nevada costs.
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.