Kihuen’s announcement comes just days after former U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford said he would not seek to regain the seat after losing the 2014 election to Republican Cresent Hardy in a close election.
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The hang-gliding instructor and his 11-year-old student who died Friday afternoon during a hang-gliding accident near Jean have been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Kelly will stay twice as long as any U.S. astronaut has ever stayed on the space station, giving scientists a chance to study how the human body responds to long-duration space flights.
The man was going eastbound on his 2015 Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob on Windmill Lane about 7:50 a.m., approaching Paradise Road, when he collided with a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS.
The Korean War ended before Jim Simmons could be a combat fighter pilot. But on Friday afternoon in Henderson, the 84-year-old took to the skies in the same plane he last flew in training in the early 1950s.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush hasn’t officially said he’s running for the White House, yet he’s already got his eye on Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval as his potential vice presidential running mate.
Students from across the state gathered at Tarkanian Middle School on Friday for the 2015 Nevada National Geographic State Bee at Tarkanian Middle School.
Sen. Harry Reid announced Friday that he will not be seeking re-election. Here’s how his friends and foes from across the political spectrum reacted to the news:
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta on Friday called for a unified effort to achieve child welfare system improvements identified in a report issued by a nine-person state Blue Ribbon for Kids Commission.
The U.S. military rescued two Saudi pilots who ejected from their F-15 fighter jet over the Gulf of Aden, a U.S. defense official said on Friday.
California is in its fourth year of a record-breaking drought, prompting officials to issue strict statewide conservation measures and to reduced water supplies for farmers.
Sen. Harry Reid’s retirement raises questions about the future of the powerful political organization he has used to keep an iron grip on the Nevada Democratic Party for a decade.
A former Nevada Youth Training Center inmate claims he was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment at the Elko facility. Jaylyn Garcia-Davis, now 20 and residing in a state prison, claims he was placed in a small room without a toilet or running water and was hogtied for hours. He also claims two male staff members broke his hand while restraining him.
A construction employee has died after a man came up to a job site in Bridgeport, Connecticut on Thursday morning asking about employment and then shot him, according to police.
The deaths of two children whose bodies were found in a freezer in their mother’s Detroit apartment were the result of homicides, a county medical examiner said on Friday.
A Utah fugitive was arrested Friday in Las Vegas by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, according to an agency news release.
Nevada’s new Court of Appeals issued its first published opinion Thursday, a day after hearing oral arguments for the first time. In its opinion, the court upheld the prison sentence imposed on Jimmy Pitmon in an attempted lewdness case.
German airline Lufthansa has offered to pay up to 50,000 euros in immediate financial assistance per passenger on the crashed plane of its subsidiary Germanwings, a spokeswoman told Reuters on Friday.
A California jury on Friday cleared venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers of gender discrimination claims brought against it by a woman former partner in a trial that transfixed Silicon Valley.
Woman in Colorado fetus attack charged with attempted murder By Keith Coffman Reuters A Colorado woman who police say admitted to cutting a fetus from a stranger was charged with attempted murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy on Friday, after the coroner said there’s no evidence the unborn child survived outside the womb.
A hang-gliding instructor and his 12-year-old student died Friday afternoon after a crash on a dry lakebed near Jean, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Drug Enforcement Administration agents in foreign postings attended sex parties with prostitutes paid for by drug cartels, according to a Justice Department inspector general report.
Civil libertarians raised new concerns Friday over a bill sought by the Nevada Department of Corrections to make all agency records confidential following this week’s revelations that an inmate was shot and killed by a state prison guard four months ago.
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