The state’s Interim Finance Committee on Wednesday will decide whether to use unallocated federal money to replace dried-up funds for a private school scholarship program pushed by the Republican governor but rejected by legislative Democrats.
Governor Joe Lombardo discussed the ongoing fight between the Clark County School District and the Clark County Education Association Friday, saying his “fingers are crossed” that the two groups will come to an agreement.
The City of North Las Vegas announced that it will officially launch the use of artificial intelligence-powered translation software on Wednesday, Aug. 2 at 4 p.m. during the City Council and Redevelopment Agency meeting.
Speaking to Nevada Republicans for the first time as a presidential candidate, DeSantis made no direct mention of the federal indictment of Trump, who is facing dozens of felony counts for mishandling classified documents.
Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo signed into law Thursday a $380 million public financing package to help build a Major League Baseball stadium for the Oakland Athletics on the Las Vegas Strip as MLB’s commissioner outlined a months-long approval process for the A’s proposed move there.
By The Associated Press and SCOTT SONNER and GABE STERN
The Oakland Athletics cleared a major hurdle for their planned relocation to Las Vegas after the Nevada Legislature gave final approval on Wednesday to public funding for a portion of a proposed $1.5 billion stadium with a retractable roof.
Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo has signed two bills related to transgender rights and vetoed another, bucking trends from other Republican governors across the country who have pushed anti-transgender policies.
A stadium financing bill aimed at drawing the Oakland Athletics to Las Vegas cleared a major hurdle Tuesday after being approved by the Nevada Senate, but not before lawmakers amended the measure to strengthen its benefits for the community.
A Nevada Commission on Ethics hearing scheduled to address complaints against Gov. Joe Lombardo has been delayed, as one former ethics commissioner questions the unprecedented $1.6 million fine that could be the largest in state history.
Nevada has taken a dramatic, but not immediate, step toward limiting the amount of Colorado River water used in the most populous part of the nation’s most arid state, after lawmakers gave Las Vegas-area water managers the levers to limit flows to single-family homes.
The Oakland Athletics’ search for a new home drew Nevada lawmakers into a special legislative session Wednesday to weigh whether the state should cover $380 million of the $1.5 billion stadium planned for the Las Vegas Strip.
The Nevada Legislature is set to convene Wednesday for a special legislative session to consider whether to provide $380 million in public financing for a $1.5 billion stadium that would host the Oakland Athletics on the Las Vegas Strip.
In a 456-page document, the Nevada Commission on Ethics has filed an ethics complaint against Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo, alleging that he used his position and government resources improperly when he was the Clark County Sheriff and a candidate for Governor of Nevada.
The issue of tracking devices has come into focus for lawmakers after Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and Washoe County Commissioner Vaughn Hartung each had a tracking device placed on their respective cars.
Those who harass, intimidate or use force on election workers performing their duties in Nevada could soon face up to four years in prison under a new law signed by the Western swing state’s Republican governor on Tuesday.
Nevada lawmakers questioned whether a proposal to subsidize a new MLB stadium with tax credits and bonds would further boost Las Vegas’ economy, or serve as a handout for a big business that could strain government resources.
Lawmakers introduced a bill late Friday night to finance the proposed Las Vegas Strip ballpark for the Oakland Athletics, as the team also finally provided the public with renderings and new details on the design.
Actor Jeremy Renner’s hopes to expand a measure for the film industry to northern Nevada were effectively dashed Monday when the bill’s sponsor said it’s too late to entertain in the current legislative session.
A bill that would enhance fentanyl penalties in Nevada did not pass after a hearing in an Assembly committee, while a companion bill was significantly amended in a last-minute shift for Nevada Democratic leadership’s plans to send fentanyl legislation to the governor’s desk.
Following the Nevada legislative committee passage deadline on May 19, Governor Joe Lombardo’s office released a statement that reaffirmed his commitment to school safety legislation that protects students and teachers.