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Lawmakers see pathway to criminal justice overhaul, but will they take...

Divisions and theatrics in Washington were briefly surmounted last month when Congress passed criminal justice reform legislation. The First Step Act is a modest,...

As client deaths prompt lawsuits, rehab exec quits job to run...

Newly-announced Las Vegas City Council candidate Dave Marlon stepped down this week as Regional Vice President for Nevada of American Addiction Centers, a national...

Advocates against subminimum wage gain traction in Reno

Disability advocates in Nevada celebrated a largely symbolic victory this week as the Reno City Council unanimously passed a resolution to bar the use...

Correction: Rule change won’t speed up eviction process

Changes to civil procedure rules adopted by the Nevada Supreme Court last month will not speed up the eviction process.At the end of December,...

As shutdown drags on, bills start piling up for federal workers,...

As the partial government shutdown hits nearly three weeks with no end in sight, households are about to go without paychecks, and tribal communities...

Sisolak ousts Harris, appoints former MGM attorney to chair Control Board

Gov. Steve Sisolak is replacing Gaming Control Board chairwoman Becky Harris, who led the board through the formation of proposed rules to reign in...

Rural residents fear U.S. Navy bombing range threatens their economy

The U.S. Navy has long argued that its Fallon Range Training Complex in Nevada needs more space to test aviation weapons that fly at...

Developer plans to break up Bonnie Springs Ranch, build homes

Documents filed with Clark County confirm rumors that the owners of Bonnie Springs Ranch are seeking to divide up the 63-acre property in order...

Kirkpatrick comes out swinging, wants pot money spent on homelessness

The Clark County Commission is considering a proposal from its new chairwoman, Marilyn Kirkpatrick, to spend a windfall of marijuana business license fee revenue...

Could a crowded field and California make the Nevada caucuses matter?

Unless you count races for mayor and city council -- and almost no one does -- there are no elections in Nevada in 2019.But...

Nevada delegation eager to shake things up

Like refugees returning from an eight-year exile, Democrats took control of the House of Representatives Thursday, eager to tackle a broad agenda that includes...

“Manufactured crisis” halts pay for 3,450 working Nevadans

When Daniel Patterson, who lives in Nevada and works for the Department of Interior, heard about a potential government shutdown last month, he figured...