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State Senator Patricia Farley is not running for re-election but she is the subject of a recall campaign anyway.
Six people who came to this country as children have sued the Trump admi
Nevada Assemblyman Paul Anderson is leaving the Legislature.
Controversial former Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio was in Las Vegas over the weekend to accept an award from a conservative political organization and kick off a series of speaking en
The race for governor--with two candidates each for the Democrats and Republicans-- is shaping up to be one of the more competitive and interesting in years.
The election is more than a year away, but candidates are already campaigning for governor.
Congressman Ruben Kihuen was featured in the
As the federal government signals its intention to roll back financial regulations put in place by the Obama administration following the financial crisis, Nevada is one of a growing number of stat
A great thing about documentary films is that the filmmakers can shed new light on a news story.
With Yucca Mountain once again the subject of debate, and, some hope, renewal, let’s review a few key points in its history.
Two programs that helped teens and young children escape gang violence in Central America have been quietly canceled by the Trump Administration.
Governor Brian Sandoval opens up about partisanship in the internet age, his practical philosophy of governing, and how cleaning sheep pens can prepare you for a political career.
While a Trump administration review of national monuments stokes conflicting passions over public lands, Nevada’s native tribes contemplate the bigger picture. Why aren’t we listening?
President Donald Trump's visit to Reno went off with a comparative whisper.
Every weekday now, a quietly chaotic but systemic routine plays out in a courtroom in a downtown federal court in Tucson.
After a University of Nevada-Reno student’s photo spread across the internet, it painted him as the symbol of hate in America. And, by association, painted Nevada in a like manner.
The retrial of four defendants accused of acting as militia-backed gunmen for Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy during a tense 2014 standoff with federal law enforcement goes to the jury this week.
Domestic violence has been a problem that has long plagued Nevada.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke touched down in the Silver State this week, for a much-anticipated visit of two national monuments.
Senator Dean Heller is taking his lumps.
Dean Heller has been on the hot seat for months as the debate over a new health insurance bill rages through Congress.
When Nevada’s new prisons chief took over, he made it clear he was going to change the system.
Las Vegas Councilman Stavros Anthony is planning a run for a Nevada Congressional seat.
Nevada Public Radio talks with Michael Wallis, author of "The Best Land Under Heaven: The Donner Party in the Age of Manifest Destiny."