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Topic - Brian Sandoval
A project to build a 15-mile bypass around Boulder City was put on hold after researchers found naturally occurring asbestos in the area.
The Elko City Council is poised to consider banning medical marijuana dispensaries within the city limits.
Gov. Brian Sandoval filed for a second term Friday, steamrolling into the 2014 election season sitting atop a huge campaign fund and no big-name opponents in his rearview mirror.
Gov. Brian Sandoval's budget for the next biennium will focus on policy initiatives and addressing needs neglected during the recession, administration officials said Thursday.
Candidates for Nevada political offices have been raising money and campaigning for months but the 2014 election cycle is about to kick into higher gear.
Deep divisions in Nevada's approach to sage grouse have resurfaced in the state's fragile attempt to keep the bird off the list of endangered species and avoid economic consequences for ranching, mining and alternative energy development across large swaths of land.
Nevada's chief economist says the state gained 60,700 private sector jobs over the last three years.
The governor and lieutenant governor have struck the newest line of medallions marking Nevada's 150th anniversary.
The governors of Delaware and Nevada signed a first-of-its kind Internet gambling agreement on Tuesday that establishes a legal framework allowing residents of the two states to play online poker against one another.
Online poker players in Delaware may soon have a bigger pool of competitors to play against.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin will co-lead a session for national governors about reducing prescription drug abuse.
The shine has worn off many of the GOP governors from the class of 2010, with the first-year fights over public pensions in the rear view and many of the party's brightest stars now facing tricky re-election campaigns.
The executive director of Nevada's beleaguered health insurance exchange announced his resignation Thursday amid increasing criticism and frustration over the operation of the state-run online web portal.
Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak has ended months of speculation, announcing he will not challenge Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval in November.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Tuesday a Democratic candidate will emerge to challenge Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval.
"Is this a showstopper?" transportation board chair Gov. Brian Sandoval said to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "This was a bomb that was dropped."
Sandoval, a first-term Republican, said he plans an aggressive campaign and is committed to serving out a full term if re-elected in November.