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.
Nevada lawmakers and advocates denounced a federal court decision that can ultimately threaten the immigration status of more than 11,000 residents in the state.
A petition initiative is seeking to have Nevadans vote on codifying the right to reproductive freedom in the state’s constitution.
An environmental group claims the federal government failed to protect a critical desert tortoise habitat in Southern Nevada.
The Clark County Education Association filed an emergency motion Thursday with the Nevada Supreme Court seeking to halt a preliminary injunction.
Rep. Dina Titus has introduced legislation meant to increase the resiliency of places like Las Vegas that rely heavily on tourism.
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.
Agencies often use fees to deter the public from gaining access to public records, experts say.