In a relay race starting Thursday, a baton with name of Search and rescue officer David VanBuskirk, who fell to his death nine months ago, will pass through 126 pairs of hands over nearly 450 miles to a law enforcement memorial in Carson City.
Union employees at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority objected Thursday to the payment of nearly $1 million in legal fees, while the attorney blamed the union for driving his fees up.
The state will examine short sale practices in Nevada after concerns were raised by a Reno Gazette-Journal investigation published Sunday.
Several months after he effectively moved out of the community he was elected to lead, Mesquite Mayor Mark Wier has announced plans to step down. “Effective May 12, I will resign as mayor of Mesquite,” he said at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
A pro-marijuana group filed a petition Wednesday to begin the process of legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in Nevada.
Kingman, Ariz., police are trying to determine why an elderly man killed himself after causing a minor traffic accident Tuesday.
Republicans on Wednesday filed a Senate ethics complaint against Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, charging he crossed the line in using his taxpayer-funded website and Twitter account to launch attacks against the Koch brothers.
When Nevada Republicans dropped statements on marriage from the party’s platform, the state became the second — behind Indiana — to move away from opposing same-sex unions. It may be part of a broader campaign to get the GOP to appeal to younger voters by de-emphasizing social issues.
Tuesday’s meeting of the Legislative Committee on Education was anything but ordinary as heated discussion revolved around one topic for nine hours — the Common Core – and what’s coming with them as Nevada public schools phase in the new state standards.
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” was on a break last week when Cliven Bundy and the BLM were doing their dance in Bunkerville. But fear not, snark fans. Stewart returned on Monday night and wasted no time giving his take on America’s most famous rancher and the militia men who have his back.
A jury in northwest Arizona has awarded $300,000 to the plaintiff in a civil case involving a penile implant gone wrong.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Council concluded a two-day meeting Tuesday by reaching consensus on recommendations to improve the state’s mental health services.
Clark County has received 206 proposals to operate medical marijuana establishments from 109 companies jousting for a foothold in a new industry for Nevada.
Nevada’s first lady, Kathleen Sandoval, is kicking off an early education initiative in Northern Nevada, calling on businesses and civic organizations to help young students prepare for a lifetime of learning.
A new report analyzing the financial ramifications of a takeover of some of Nevada’s millions of acres of federal lands suggests the state would benefit from such a transfer.