Rep. Titus will join with Nevadans to send a message to the Trump Administration: Women's rights are human rights.
Today’s STEM students are tomorrow’s researchers, scientists, doctors, astronauts and engineers, as well as the teachers who will prepare future generations to follow in their footsteps. They will face tremendous challenges, which in turn present the possibility of doing amazing things that can transform the world as we know it.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — Good news for Las Vegas' Neon Museum. The unique space off of Las Vegas Boulevard received a $24,500 federal grant to help create a digital library of drawings, renderings, schematics, photos, postcards, and other items related to the treasured signs of Las Vegas past.
Legislation by Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., to speed the Department of Veterans Affairs’ handling of appeals for disability claims passed in the House Wednesday night.
It seems that 2016 has been the Year of the Monkey in more ways than one. In both the United States and the United Kingdom the use of primates in research has been under increased scrutiny this year.
CBS News’ recent exposure of waste of your and my tax dollars on a cruel experiment designed in such a way as to be ineffective before it was even begun may be the single-most critical event in the fight to stop government funding of animal experiments in months, or even years.
A nonprofit that was supposed to distribute most of the $202 million that Nevada got in a recession-era government bailout has "a pervasive culture of waste and abuse" and has been spending as much money on itself as on homeowners trying to avoid foreclosure, according to federal auditors.
When the male members of the Clark County Commission invited Thalia Dondero, the first-ever elected female commissioner, to the old Desert Inn Country Club for a round of golf in 1974, she accepted even though she had never played the game.
Las Vegas’ new Asian Culture Center celebrated its grand opening ceremony on Monday, August 29.
The festivities began at 3pm, with honorable mayor of the City of Las Vegas, Carolyn Goodman, cutting the ceremonial ribbon.
Bonnie Fairchild Bryan, 26th First Lady of Nevada and wife of former Gov. and Sen. Richard Bryan, died Tuesday, according to a statement from the Bryan family. She was 77.
She died of leukemia and was surrounded by her husband and family, according to the release.
Bonnie Bryan is survived by her husband and three children.
Funeral services are pending.
The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded $4.65 million in grants Tuesday to organizations in Nevada for curbing homelessness among veterans and their families.