- Nevada activists worried, saddened by immigration decision Updated: Jun-23-16 6:01 pm
LAS VEGAS - Several dozen protesters with bullhorns and handmade banners marched into the lobby of Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt's office on Thursday, angry that he signed Nevada onto a lawsuit that is blocking President Barack Obama's unilateral effort to curb deportations.
- The Latest: Sandoval: Executive orders not best way to go Updated: Jun-23-16 4:03 pm
LAS VEGAS - The Latest on Nevadans' response to a Supreme Court decision blocking the president's anti-deportation effort (all times local):
- Justice Department: Nevada discriminates against HIV inmates Updated: Jun-21-16 8:13 pm
RENO, Nevada - Nevada's prisons are discriminating against inmates with HIV under illegal segregation policies that deny them access to work programs where other prisoners earn credits to reduce the length of their sentences, the U.S. Justice Department has concluded.
- After primaries, sights shift to Nevada Senate race Updated: Jun-15-16 4:08 am
LAS VEGAS - A nationally important Nevada Senate race that's been in the background during the primary season is about to burst onto center stage, after Republican Rep. Joe Heck and former Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto breezed through their primaries in a quest to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Harry Reid.
- The Latest: Radio host Evans to face Amodei in Congress race Updated: Jun-15-16 1:21 am
LAS VEGAS - The Latest on the Nevada primary election day voting (all times local):
- Fernley pool board broke open meetings law twice Updated: May-26-16 1:41 pm
RENO, Nevada - Nevada's attorney general says a board overseeing the public swimming pool in Fernley broke the open meetings law when it failed to provide proper notice about a meeting called to correct a previous violation of the law.