By Jaimie Hays Jaimie Hays reports from the McQueen High School precinct 5062 in Washoe County during the Nevada Democratic caucus, where 400 attendees were expected. Nevada Precinct Coverage – McQueen High School in Reno, Nevada from Nevada Media Alliance on Vimeo.
By @amandaketchledge CARSON CITY, Nev. – Dogs used in research labs most of their lives would be able to get a second chance with Senate Bill 261, known as the Beagle Freedom Bill. “We wanted to put forth that bill for discussion and debate in making sure that those dogs have
By Walanya Vongsvirates, @walanyav RENO, Nev. – The Nevada System of Higher Education has opposed the campus carry bill since it was introduced in February to Nevada legislators. Now that the session has passed the halfway point, it seems more likely that guns on campus will become a reality, and university
By David Thompson, @DJakaDT CARSON CITY, Nev. – There are 78 public schools in Nevada on the Department of Education’s “watch list” for poor performance. Nevada law states that failing charter schools are in the state’s hands, whereas failing public schools are under the federal government’s control – that is,
By Walanya Vongsvirates, @Walanyav and Conner Board, @ConnerBoard CARSON CITY, Nev. – The Nevada Assembly passed Assembly Bill 148, also known as Campus Carry, on Monday but not without major revisions, including the removal of day care facilities and airports from the bill language. The bill passed with a 25-15
By Conner Board, @ConnerBoard CARSON CITY, Nev. – Underage drinking among high school and college students is a real problem in Nevada. Senate Bill 464 is proposing to help underage people who are in potentially dangerous situations. The bill, heard before the Assembly and Senate Judiciary on Monday, would exempt a
If Senate Bill 77 passes in the 2015 Nevada Legislature, under-performing schools would be placed on a three-year timeline to improve. If a school fails to progress, the fate of the school will be up to the Department of Education, which has the power to close the school, turn it into a charter school,
In this episode of Guns n’ Politics, hosts Alex Stewart and Conner Board discuss the March 18 hearing of AB 148 and AB 2, as well as the University of Nevada, Reno campus carry “Say No to Guns Everywhere Bill Teach In” rally. Stewart and Board also review an interesting
@Assemblywoman27 coffee w/SmallBiz owners.”This is what’s going on @ Carson,but more importantly I want 2hear frm U.” pic.twitter.com/c9bIonZFIo — Oscar Delgado (@DelgadoReno3) March 27, 2015 By Ryan Smith, @rsmithRSJ This article first appeared on NextReno.org. Republished here with permission from the author. RENO, Nev. – A group of ten small
In this second episode of the podcast “Guns N’ Politics”, reporters Conner Board and Alex Stewart discuss the first hearing on Assembly Bill 148 at the Nevada Legislature. AB148 would allow concealed carry permit holders to carry their gun on Nevada educational facilities, including day cares, schools and university campuses.