North Kelbaker Road, which is closed, will take several months to repair.
The Clark County School District said Friday it was notified by the Southern Nevada Health District of a confirmed case at Palo Verde High School.
Following a swirl of chatter about the increases, Clark County Assessor Briana Johnson tried to clear up “misinformation.” But confusion and frustration still have not dissipated.
The Nevada secretary of state’s office is proposing regulations for how counties can count paper ballots by hand amid a growing push for the method in some rural parts of the state.
A man in Montenegro went on a shooting rampage after a family dispute, killing 11 people on the streets before being shot dead by police.
The “Satanic Verses” author was about to give a lecture when a man stormed the stage.
Manhattan Judge Juan Manuel Merchan denied requests by Allen Weisselberg’s lawyers and the Trump Organization to throw out the case.
Ricky Shiffer, 42, was armed with a nail gun and an AR-15-style rifle when he tried to breach the visitor screening area at the FBI office Thursday.
Trustees unanimously voted Thursday to pay Superintendent Jesus Jara $95,000 in attorney fees over his claims of a hostile work environment.
Democrats in the U.S. Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act with no Republican support, and the House is scheduled to vote on it Friday.
The arrest occurred at Sierra Vista High School, near Buffalo Drive and Robindale Road.
The nation’s more than 460 commercial casinos are on a pace to break the all-time annual revenue record of $53 billion set in 2021.
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Prices have dropped 15 cents in the past week and 68 cents in the past month, according to AAA.
Lower levels of cases and hospitalizations end a recommendation that everyone wear a mask in indoor public places.
The lawsuit named the Nevada Division of Forestry, the Nevada Department of Conservation and the State of Nevada as defendants.
President Joe Biden signed legislation expanding federal health care services for millions of veterans who served at bases where toxic smoke billowed from huge “burn pits.”