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NV Energy's plan to shut down coal plants in Nevada moved forward today with strong support from some of Nevada's most influential politicians and business interests.
Eight hundred new teachers will head into Clark County classrooms next year based on the $2.1 billion budget the Clark County school board approved Wednesday night.
Mac King Celebrates 13 Years of Laughter and Magic With "The Mac King Comedy Magic Show" at Harrah's Las Vegas Comedy- Magician Mac King celebrated 13 years of performing "The Mac King Comedy Magic Show" at Harrah's Las Vegas at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 11.
With just 20 days left in this legislative session, Governor Brian Sandoval is announcing last-minute tweaks to his proposed budget.
A bill is headed to desk of Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval's desk that would add crimes based on a person's gender identity and expression to the state's hate crimes laws after the state assembly passed the legislation 30-11 on Tuesday.
State legislators are discussing an entertainment-admissions tax that would have you paying more for a wide range of activities in the state.
From his spacious office in the Silver State's historic Capitol, Gov. Brian Sandoval keeps one eye focused on Washington, D.C., as he attempts to mitigate the political and economic minefield that has become the implementation of Obamacare.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced an agreement that renews Nevada and California's bi-state partnership to help preserve and enhance the Lake Tahoe region.
Nevada lawmakers are making a strong statement that crimes motivated by hatred of someone being a transgender person will not be tolerated in the Silver State.
Democrats in the Nevada Senate introduced legislation today to raise taxes on private-sector payrolls throughout the state and use the revenue to fund early-childhood education programs.
Published Caption: Shannon Litz/Nevada Appeal Visitors tour Nevada State Prison following the decommissioning ceremony in May.
Gerald Gardner, the Governor's Chief of Staff, Interim Superintendent Rorie Fitzpatrick, and Julia Teska, with the Department of Education, talk in a hearing at the Legislative Building in Carson City, Nev., on Monday, May 13, 2013.
Governor Brian Sandoval today announced that as a result of the Economic Forum projections, he is proposing to increase funding for English language learners and class size reduction in kindergarten.
The tax hike would increase the mining industry's payroll tax more than other businesses, according to a Democratic press release.
Gov. Brian Sandoval wants to give businesses a break on payroll taxes for donating money to fund school choice scholarships.