A plan will move forward to build 20 high-end homes on the site of a replica Old West town nestled at the foot of Red Rock Canyon west of Las Vegas.
The Federal Reserve looked recently at Nevada’s pension system. The results are terrifying. It found that Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System has an unfunded liability of $43.3 billion in 2016.
There is now an opportunity for those who are financially able, to literally live like a king and it’s roughly a three-hour drive from Pahrump in the county of Esmeralda.
Assembly Republican leader Jim Wheeler has an unusual strategy for being in the minority: preemptive surrender.
Pahrump mother Nicole Bayer recalled her son’s experience at Northwest Academy during an interview Saturday, two days after news broke that the Armagosa Valley private boarding school is now the subject of an ongoing child abuse investigation.
Some Nevada Democrats aren’t satisfied with having a Democrat governor and large legislative majorities. They also want to ignore the constitution to make it easier to raise taxes.
State lawmakers convened this week for the beginning of the state’s 80th meeting of the Legislature in Carson City.
A man was fatally shot by a security guard and a Nye County deputy on Monday after driving through the Nevada National Security Site’s main gate, but there’s no body-worn camera footage of the shooting because of federal regulations, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday.
Gov. Steve Sisolak shouldn’t count on Senate Republican support for his desired tax hike. Collective bargaining for state workers would drive up costs, and Nevada should expand Opportunity Scholarships. That’s according to Sen. Ben Kieckhefer, R-Reno.
Gov. Steve Sisolak proposed significant increases in funding for health care and education in Nevada, including a 3 percent pay raise for teachers, and expressed his desire to increase minimum wage in his first State of the State address to lawmakers Wednesday night.
A local fine-dining restaurant is making some upgrades to the list of items it offers.
Many of Nevada’s most prominent Democrats know border walls work. Just look at where they live.
Record Democrat turnout doomed Nevada Republican candidates in last month’s election. That turnout was driven, in part, by the left’s dislike for President Donald Trump.
The top priority for Nevada education is overhauling the Nevada Plan, according to Sen. Mo Denis, who will chair the Senate Education Committee.
The usual happenings in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area carried on Saturday despite a partial government shutdown now expected to drag into Christmas.