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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A principal and teacher in Utah have been suspended after a student at their school dressed as Hitler for a Halloween parade.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Clark County officials have proposed a public lands bill aiming to create new conservation areas and allow for more development, but critics in Nevada and Utah say its language could permit a proposed water pipeline project.
The law of unintended consequences besets a plan to keep guns away from domestic abusers.
The push to impeach President Donald Trump is moving f
Presidential candidates on the Democratic side keep streaming into Nevada.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The city of Las Vegas has joined Clark County in suspending a program to detain jailed arrestees at the request of federal immigration authorities.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Highway Patrol Association has filed for recognition as the collective bargaining union for state police officers.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada county has decided to abandon a controversial proposal that would have further limited the hours when legal prostitutes were allowed to leave licensed brothels.
The city of Las Vegas decided it would stop charging people with misdemeanors for domestic violence.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Nevada has joined twenty-two other states in suing to stop the Trump administration from revoking California's authority to set emission standards for cars and trucks.
Legendary House Speaker Thomas “Tip” O’Neil is credited
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A change in Nevada state law to ban gun ownership by people convicted of domestic violence led the state Supreme Court to expand provisions for jury trials in misdemeanor cases.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada judge has frozen the permit process for some new state retail cannabis stores siding with companies that lost bids to open recreational pot shops.
Last week, Las Vegas Sun Publisher Brian Greenspun talked to KN
Members of Congress are back in their home districts for the August recess. But that doesn’t mean they’re taking time off.
Earlier this month, the US Department of the Interior announced it would be moving the Bureau of Land Management headquarters from Washington, DC to Colorado.
Nevadans are hearing a lot from Democratic Party candidates in their marathon to win the presidential nomination.
Las Vegas police have renewed a partnership program with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement — a move that county commissioners are questioning.
This week, the City of Henderson gave the go-ahead to allow short-term vacation rentals in residential areas.
Nevada's governor is a Democrat. So is its lieutenant governor, treasurer and attorney general.
In addition, the state Senate and Assembly are dominated by Democrats.
It’s been one week since municipal elections.
Three new faces are on the Las Vegas City Council. Brian Knudsen, Olivia Diaz, and Victoria Seaman all won their races.
Harry Reid has been gone from the Senate for several years but his opinions on politics still matter.
Three new members of the Las Vegas City Council will bring dif
After four months of work, the Nevada State Legislature wrapped up its session Monday.