Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the end of the state of emergency, meeting a deadline he set earlier this month and joining at least six other states where similar orders are also expiring.
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State and local officials across Nevada signed agreements with Northshore Clinical Labs, a COVID testing laboratory run by men with local political connections. There was only one problem: Its tests didn’t work.
The Senate failed to advance legislation this week that would codify nationwide access to abortion following the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that showed the court poised to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Facing a tough election, the state’s congressional Democrats are looking to energize their base voters with the threat of a national abortion ban as the Supreme Court is poised to overturn right to abortion decision.
State auditors have tasked the Division of Child and Family Services with developing a plan to correct health, safety and regulatory problems plaguing child placement providers that came to light during a recent audit.
The Clark County School District's school violence problem has some pointing out deficits in a 2019 law that they say, if addressed sooner, could have helped prevent a share of misconduct that’s occurring.