The Hualapai tribal corporation that managed the Grand Canyon Skywalk filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week. This comes after a federal judge upheld a $28 million judgement in favor of the Skywalk developer.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak in Las Vegas on Tuesday to offer his ideas on immigration reform. And while some might see the middle of the Mojave Desert as an odd place for a seminal speech on immigration, Las Vegas may be the perfect soapbox.
The Republican governors of Nevada, New Mexico and now Arizona are all supporting Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, despite longstanding GOP opposition to the plan.
In the U.S., the Latino community is the youngest ethnic group. It's also becoming among the most supportive of gay marriage and homosexuality.
Fans of Mexican boxing champ Juan Manuel Márquez shouted, sang, danced, waved Mexican flags and hugged each other at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Agricultural officials in Nevada say the number of wild horses straying off the range into urban areas has increased tremendously the past year.
Biologists are trying to stabilize the number of Devils Hole pupfish in Nevada. There are just 75 of the fish left in the world and they're facing an uphill battle.
Lawmakers will consider a bill at Nevada's 2013 legislative session that would allow all residents, regardless of their immigration status, to take a driving test and receive a driver's permit.
Nevada’s Secretary of State is drafting a law that would set up a digital photo book at polling centers to identify voters. This measure would add to the existing poll books that use signatures to identify voters in Nevada.
Despite its electoral clout, Nevada remains a difficult state to poll reliably. What must pollsters consider when gauging the state's electorate?
U.S. states agree to trade financial backing for water conservation projects south of the border in return for Mexico's delivery of water into drought-plagued Lake Mead.
About 30 million people in seven western States and two Mexican states depend on Colorado River water. After years of negotiations the U.S. and Mexico plan to sign a landmark water use agreement Nov. 20.
Spending on Spanish-language political spots in 10 states vital to the presidential race has been released in a study commissioned by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The report identifies spending from Jan. 1 through Nov. 6, 2012, in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Nevada and Texas, among others.
A look at the different impact of the Latino vote in two neighboring states.
Latino Decisions called Latino voters in battleground states like Colorado and Nevada part of the "Western firewall" that helped protect the president’s lead.