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Former Senator Harry Reid expressed concern not just about America but about the whole world during a wide-ranging interview Monday morning on KNPR’s State of Nevada.
Less than 100 days into the Trump presidency, Nevada’s congressional representatives are making the rounds in the state during their spring break.
Representative Mark Amodei and Senator Dean Heller faced tough questions at a northern Nevada town hall Monday morning.
Hundreds showed up Monday at a Reno convention center for a chance to grill Nevada's Republicans in Congress.
Nevada lawmakers are halfway through the legislative session -- which proposals are moving forward, and which have disappeared?
Nevada State Senator David Parks (D) - Dist. 7 and State Senator Ben Kieckhefer (R) - Dist. 16, have put forth a bill that would make doctor-assisted suicide legal in the state.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen is applauding the Democratic-led state Legislature for approving the Equal Rights Amendment and pursuing the party's policy priorities on the state level.
A small lobby at the Mexican Consulate in Phoenix feels a lot like the Motor Vehicle Division. It's where undocumented immigrants wait for a chance to tell their story to a pro-bono lawyer.
Nevada is used to being near last on metrics such as quality of life and education. But this year, Nevada is a leader in one category: number of women in the state house.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada lawmakers are turning their attention this week to multiple measures that would mandate or help businesses afford to give workers paid leave from work.
A bill before the Nevada Legislature would mandate business licenses for ride-hailing drivers.
In April of last year, then Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter
Democrats have been in power before in Nevada.
But may be 2017 is different. There are a large number of bills being offered that push a more progressive agenda than in years passed.
Steve Seroka is a third candidate seeking the seat representing Ward 2 on the Las Vegas City Council.
Democrats across the state elected assemblyman William McCurdy II as chair of the Nevada State Democratic Party this month.
Christina Roush is a real estate agent and has been involved in some redevelopment in downtown Las Vegas.
And she wants Bob Beers' seat on the Las Vegas City Council
Bob Beers has been on the Las Vegas City Council since 2012, when he won a special election in a landslide. A year later, he ran again and won easily, with 76 percent of the vote.
For the past three years, the U.S. Border Patrol has been using recruitment videos and job fairs to fill a gap in its ranks.
On the last day of Utah’s legislative session, lawmakers passed a bill that will bring sweeping change to how youth are treated in the juvenile justice system.
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In February, President Trump issued an executive order expanding categories for deporting people who are in the U.S. illegally.
They’re both Republicans but President Donald Trump snubbed Governor Brian Sandoval in Washington recently. The question is: why?
Today, the Nevada State Senate votes on the Equal Rights Amendment. In a few weeks, the Assembly will take up the measure.
President Donald Trump is giving a joint address to Congress tonight.
There are so many issues grabbing the headlines these days. There’s a lot of fear and tension over immigration policies.