A federal government ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, a federal appeals court said Wednesday.
The Department of Energy has announced two finalists to host a federal laboratory to develop the next generation of geothermal energy technology: one within the U.S. Naval Air Station in Fallon and the other near Milford, Utah.
The National Nuclear Security Administration has rescinded a contract it awarded last week to a Lockheed Martin subsidiary to manage and operate the Nevada National Security Site.
President Barack Obama and Las Vegas’ The Killers joined U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and others Wednesday to celebrate the 20th annual event to help preserve Lake Tahoe.
A house fire that caused about $170,000 in damage Wednesday morning in the west valley has displaced one man.
The Nevada Center for Advanced Mobility put out a call to companies that “go beyond traditional approaches and investigate new technology options” aimed at improving safety for people who walk on local sidewalks.
Donald Trump on Wednesday firmly defended the right of the U.S. to build a massive border wall along its southern flank but declined to repeat his frequent promise to force Mexico to pay for it.
Scientist Bill Nye has landed a new Netflix talk show set to launch in spring 2017, the streaming networkannounced Wednesday.
The Nevada Highway Patrol trooper who fatally shot a man during a traffic stop last week has been identified as Shawn Peckham.
Are the Colts still AFC title contenders? Andrew Luck passed for 40 touchdowns in 2014, when Indianapolis finished 11-5. But the team slipped to 8-8 last season.
A missing woman was found dead Sunday along a remote road 120 miles southwest of Las Vegas in what officials are calling Death Valley National Park’s second heat-related fatality of the year.
Las Vegas-based Scientific Games is acquiring a small Canadian table-game provider in a $21 million deal.
Burning Man 2016 is here. Just 500 miles outside the Las Vegas Valley, burners and newbies head to the Black Rock Desert to engage in the art community and festival experience. Here’s what you’re missing.
State utility regulators have excluded the rooftop solar company SolarCity from participating in a case that could restore more favorable net metering rates to as many as 32,000 residential rooftop solar customers in Nevada.
North Korea has executed a vice premier and banished two other top officials to rural areas for re-education, South Korean officials said Wednesday.
A Kingman, Arizona, man who has confessed that he killed his friend 14 months ago told a judge Wednesday that he wants to represent himself and plead guilty.
Five full weekends, including the three-day Independence Day holiday weekend, produced a $1 billion bonanza in gaming win for the state in July.
The top executive of the Alon resort project on the Strip says the company has further slowed its development pace and that Australian billionaire James Packer’s sale of Crown Gaming shares won’t affect the Las Vegas project.
The IOC has stripped four more athletes — including three Russians — of medals from the 2008 Beijing Olympics after their doping samples were retested and came back positive.
The Las Vegas Valley should have sunny skies, warm temperatures and a chance of rain before the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
Half a dozen seismic faults along the Nevada-California border — including two within 60 miles of Reno and one about 100 miles from Las Vegas — appear primed to unleash a moderate to major earthquake, according to a new study.
One of Tony Sanchez’s biggest takeaways from his first season as UNLV football coach is that the gap between the best and worst teams in the Mountain West is much smaller than he expected.
If you’re not squeezing in one last summer getaway this Labor Day weekend, it’s a good time to do some shopping to score deals on a wide range of products.
Students, faculty and staff at local colleges can save up to 60 percent on bus fares, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada said Tuesday.
Michael Solid, accused in the killing of a 15-year-old who refused to relinquish his treasured iPad, stayed mostly quiet during four days of testimony in his robbery and murder trial, occasionally whispering to his lawyers.
Friends and relatives of patrons trapped in a gay Florida nightclub where a mass shooting left 49 people dead asked police dispatchers why it was taking so long for their loved ones to be rescued.
The first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than a half century landed in the central city of Santa Clara on Wednesday morning.
Pop star Chris Brown was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on Tuesday after a daylong standoff and search at his Los Angeles home that began when a woman called 911, police said.
Something sinister may be afoot in the woods of Greenville, South Carolina - and, if so, its shoes are comically oversized.
U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy was campaigning again Tuesday, two days after a heart episode that sent him to the hospital.
In a cheerful Tuesday ceremony, Henderson celebrated Connor Fields, its resident Olympic gold medalist and bicycle motocross racer, presenting him with a key to the city.
The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded $4.65 million in grants Tuesday to organizations in Nevada for curbing homelessness among veterans and their families.
Supporters of recreational marijuana expected a massive and well-funded fight from those who want to keep the drug illegal in Nevada, but with less than three months until Election Day, Nevadans have heard little from anti-pot groups.
The New York Mets and Las Vegas 51s officially announced a two-year extension of the Player Development Contract, which will keep the two teams affiliated through the 2018 season.
A number of longtime Reno families are upset as the city’s oldest cemetery has announced plans to exhume and move more than 800 of the oldest bodies in the property.
Three renowned interior designers have been hired by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to develop 21 new high-end penthouse suites and a private gaming salon atop the 51-story hotel’s Boulevard Tower.
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