by ALEX POMPLIANO Former Nevada lawmaker Steven Brooks made another court appearance in California Tuesday. He’s being held on three felony charges including invading police and resisting arrest, stemming from a chase earlier this year, only a few hours after he was ousted from the state assembly. Brooks’ arraignment has
by ALEX POMPLIANO Former Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks will appear in court for a preliminary hearing this morning in Victorville, Calif. on charges stemming from a freeway chase that ended in a violent struggle with California police in March. Brooks, 41, also appeared in court for a pre-preliminary hearing on Tuesday.
by ALEX POMPLIANO Gov. Brian Sandoval has sent a second letter to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz requesting a meeting to talk about Department of Energy activities in Nevada. Sandoval has made it clear that he wants to speak with Moniz about the controversial plan to haul canisters of radioactive waste
by ALEX POMPLIANO Gov. Brian Sandoval has been named Vice-Chairman of the Western Governors’ Association (WGA). The Republican governor was elected by his peers during the organization’s annual meeting held over the weekend in Park City, Utah. “From natural resources to human resources, western states face unique challenges and the WGA provides
by JERI CHADWELL The Nevada Legislature reconvened for a brief a special session on Tuesday morning to finish up work on several bills that were not passed in time to meet Monday’s midnight deadline for the end of the 77th regular session. Gov. Brian Sandoval ordered the 27th Special Session during
by NATASHA VITALE Nevada Senate members became emotional Monday evening as they honored those who would not return for another session. Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, who serves as Senate president, faces a term limit that does not allow him to serve again in the Senate. That makes the last day
by NATASHA VITALE As the last day of the 77th session of the Nevada Legislature was coming to an end Monday and the clock ticked closer to deadline, legislators were becoming more and more burned out, as well as the technology they rely on. The Assembly floor session became a
by NATASHA VITALE Many state lawmakers made their mark during this session and will be remembered for the meaningful bills they pushed for in the Nevada Legislature. Sen. Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, along with the legislation he created and supported, also made his mark with his fashion choices throughout the