State Board of Education members remained at odds Thursday with Clark County School Board trustees over a legal dispute concerning the district’s reorganization.
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Former Lincoln County Commissioner Adam Katschke, 44, was sentenced Friday to one-to-four years in prison for defrauding insurance companies.
Several dozen bald eagles were spotted around Lake Mead this week as biologists and volunteers fanned out in boats for their annual survey of the national bird.
Popular tourist vessel suffered substantial damage to two of three decks in blaze that broke out during renovations in August.
An elderly northern Nevada woman died last year from a bacterial infection resistant to all 26 antibiotics available in the U.S., highlighting the growing public health threat posed by so-called “superbugs.”
A national fraternity has revoked the charter of its chapter at the University of Nevada, Reno, where an 18-year-oldpledge died after falling down a stairway.
Police have released the identity of the man arrested in connection with a shooting in Laughlin this week.
Death Valley National Park officials said this year’s wildflower bloom is not likely to deliver an explosion of color like the one last year that drew record crowds to the national park.
One Nevada state legislative leader said Wednesday he agrees that it is time to replace the statue of the former U.S. Sen. Patrick McCarran in the Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol because of his history of racism and anti-Semitism.
Efforts to resuscitate inmate Joe Nathan Scott, 38, were unsuccessful after he was discovered unresponsive in his cell around 8 a.m. Tuesday.