Nevada

Nevada News: Reno, Senator Dean Heller Visits Noah’s Animal House, Affirms His Support for Policies to Help Stop Domestic Abuse

RENO, NV – U.S. Senator Dean Heller (R-NV), a strong supporter and author of legislation to help fight domestic abuse, Friday visited Noah’s Animal House (NAH) in Reno, a full-service pet shelter to assist animals from homes experiencing domestic violence. Specifically, Noah’s Animal House is a facility that shelters animals and provides veterinary services and … Continue reading Nevada News: Reno, Senator Dean Heller Visits Noah’s Animal House, Affirms His Support for Policies to Help Stop Domestic Abuse

RENO, Nev. | Founder of The Good Earth restaurant chain dies at age 89

RENO, Nev.— William A. “Bill” Galt, the founder of The Good Earth restaurant chain who was considered a health food pioneer, has died. He was 89. Galt died Aug. 2 in Reno, Nevada, from complications after repeated surgeries to repair a broken left hip and pelvis suffered in a fall, according to family and friends. … Continue reading RENO, Nev. | Founder of The Good Earth restaurant chain dies at age 89

Nevada News: AG Laxalt Praises “Cold Case” Murder Charges Filed Against Alleged Serial Murderer Christopher Ewing

Charges Against Nevada Inmate Follow AG Laxalt’s 2016 Official Attorney General Opinion and Cross-Jurisdictional Collaboration with Colorado CARSON, NV – Friday, Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt issued the following statement concerning multiple newly filed cold case murder charges in Colorado against Nevada inmate Christopher Ewing.  According to an affidavit for arrest warrant filed in … Continue reading Nevada News: AG Laxalt Praises “Cold Case” Murder Charges Filed Against Alleged Serial Murderer Christopher Ewing

Nevada News: Governor Brian Sandoval Appoints Ann Wilkinson Chairman of the Public Utilities Commission

CARSON CITY, NV – Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval announced today that he has appointed Ann Wilkinson Chairman of the Nevada Public Utilities Commission (PUC), effective September 17. Wilkinson will fill the unexpired term of Joe Reynolds. “Ann is an experienced lawyer and professional who has extensive utility and administrative law experience,” Governor Brian Sandoval said.  … Continue reading Nevada News: Governor Brian Sandoval Appoints Ann Wilkinson Chairman of the Public Utilities Commission

Nevada News: Governor Brian Sandoval to marry Ms. Lauralyn McCarthy this Saturday

CARSON CITY, NV – The Nevada Governor’s Office released the following statement this afternoon: “Governor Sandoval is engaged to Ms. Lauralyn McCarthy of Las Vegas and will be married this Saturday.  The happy couple requests privacy for themselves and their families during this special time.” ______ SOURCE: news provided by GOV.NV.GOV on August 7, 2018

Nevada Political News: Governor Sandoval Announces Initiative to Improve Outcomes in State’s Criminal Justice System

CARSON CITY, NV – Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval Thursday announced a comprehensive review of Nevada’s criminal justice system, with the goal of developing data-driven policies to better protect public safety, hold offenders accountable, and control growing corrections costs. Governor Sandoval, together with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Michael Douglas, Speaker of the Assembly Jason … Continue reading Nevada Political News: Governor Sandoval Announces Initiative to Improve Outcomes in State’s Criminal Justice System

SALEM, Oregon | Trump administration backs Obama in national monument clash

SALEM, Ore.  — A dispute over acts of Congress in 1906 and 1937 has put the Trump administration in court — and into the unusual position of supporting a proclamation by former President Barack Obama. Contrary to President Donald Trump‘s numerous efforts to shred Obama’s legacy, U.S. Justice Department lawyers are in Obama’s corner as … Continue reading SALEM, Oregon | Trump administration backs Obama in national monument clash

WASHINGTON | In reversal, Pentagon now says it backs GOP measure on birds

WASHINGTON — In an abrupt reversal, the Pentagon said Thursday it supports a Republican proposal in a defense policy bill that would bar the Fish and Wildlife Service from using the Endangered Species Act to protect two chicken-like birds in the western half of the U.S. In an email to Congress, a top Pentagon official … Continue reading WASHINGTON | In reversal, Pentagon now says it backs GOP measure on birds