Heat-related fatalities have jumped since 2010, increasing more than fivefold. Many were homeless, Clark County data showed and meth use contributed to deaths in 2021.
Reno attorney Joey Gilbert, who lost the Republican primary for governor, has demanded a recount of the results in preparing for a lawsuit alleging the election was inaccurate.
Jeanne Sharp Howerton grew up on a ranch about 100 miles north of the Nevada Test Site. “I didn’t know life without the bombs,” she says.
Special events continued to propel visitors to Las Vegas gambling at record paces in May. A boxing title fight, Electric Daisy Carnival and two big concerts drew players.
The nonpartisan policy center — which became affiliated with the University of Nevada, Reno, in July 2021 — named Dana Bennett to the role, the university announced Tuesday.
In an interview with the Review-Journal, Joe Gloria disputed claims of fraud, which he said mostly stem from misunderstandings in how elections are run in Clark County.
Some desert bighorn sheep from Nevada have been given an important mission: Help rebuild a neighboring state’s bighorn population.
On this day in 1983, in a front-page story, the Review-Journal warned readers that holiday activities at Lake Mead would be limited because of high water levels.
A Nevada man must serve six months home confinement and pay more than $49,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to assault and interference with airline crew members.
The Nevada State Public Charter School Authority’s board heard a presentation Monday on the topic but didn’t take action.
Years of drought have left the Colorado River struggling to serve western states, as the federal government contemplates more restrictions.
Owner Craig Miller brought his houseboat in early June to a place for engine repairs, but rapidly declining Lake Mead left him with nothing but sand under his boat.
Women who worked for the NFL team alleged a pattern of forced demotions, unequal treatment and retaliation if they voiced concerns.
Local religious leaders shared mixed opinions on the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that had enshrined abortion as a constitutional right for nearly a half-century.
Abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy are enshrined in Nevada state law through a process that would be difficult to undo.