by Aaron Rupar & Alice Ollstein Feb 20, 2016
"People who made it in were put in a tiny room with no air."
by Alice Ollstein Feb 20, 2016
Hundreds of casino workers, many of them in chef and bellboy uniforms, waited in line for over an hour on the Las Vegas strip.
"I want to be a part of it."
"This is my country. I want to have a voice to elect my leaders."
by Alan Pyke Feb 19, 2016
Years on from the crisis, Nevada is still among the hardest-hit states for foreclosures. Why aren't they coming up more in the primary there?
by Alice Ollstein Feb 19, 2016
With Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a dead heat ahead of Saturday’s caucuses in Nevada, the two Democratic rivals and their supporters are sharpening their attacks on each other’s immigration records.
by Emily Atkin Feb 16, 2016
Nevada's hundreds of laid-off solar workers could be considered their own voting bloc.
by Samantha Page Jan 13, 2016
Republicans in Nevada are risking a lot to favor NV Energy.
by Samantha Page Dec 23, 2015
Nevada's utilities got almost everything they wanted from the new rates on solar customers.
by Josh Israel Dec 23, 2015 Updated: Dec 23, 2015
The first days have not gone well for the Review-Journal's new ownership.