Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws by using a personal email account for all of her work messages, the New York Times reported on Monday.
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Ralph Priola was a busy man during the height of the massive scheme to take over and defraud Las Vegas-area homeowners associations between 2006 and 2008. The onetime casino executive and right-hand man of the scheme’s mastermind, former construction company boss Leon Benzer, testified Monday how he paid off lawyers and HOA board members and spearheaded election rigging at more than a half-dozen HOAs targeted in the multimillion-dollar scheme.
Kelly Renee Gissendaner’s supporters want last week’s postponement of her execution made permanent.
Senate Republican leaders announced they will introduce a stand-alone, emergency bill authorizing school districts to roll over bonding authority for school construction projects unless the Assembly passes a comprehensive measure that includes prevailing wage exemptions by the end of the week.
After several upsetting culture clashes with local commercial funeral homes, a long-time local doctor is leading an effort to develop the valley’s first Muslim cemetery near a mosque and Islamic school a few miles south of McCarran International Airport.
The Territorial Enterprise of Mark Twain fame will be reborn March 12 in the form of a website and glossy monthly magazine in Virginia City that will cover politics, policy, business and culture around the state.
U.S. customs officers at a California border crossing seized more than 15 tons of marijuana hidden inside a tractor-trailer shipment designated as a cargo of mattresses, the biggest narcotics bust ever at that port of entry, officials said on Friday.
The remains of an 18-year-old girl who vanished in western Colorado late last year have been found and the police are treating the teen’s death as suspicious, authorities said.
An hour after the Nevada Department of Transportation lifted a snow-chain restriction on state Route 156, the Nevada Highway Patrol responded to two crashes in Lee Canyon Monday afternoon.
Senate Minority Leader Aaron Ford delivered some encouraging news to university and college students visiting the Legislature Monday: He will soon introduce a bill that would establish a new state-run program to refinance their student loans to reduce their payments.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Monday told a crowd of about 400 people in Las Vegas that he applies conservative values — not just talks about them — as he seriously considers a run for president in 2016.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson earned praise and pledges of bipartisan cooperation Monday for his bill that would tighten Nevada’s employment discrimination laws and provide remedies to promote equal pay for equal work.
One person was shot dead and four others wounded when gunfire erupted during a brawl in a Southern California restaurant on Monday, and two of those hurt were in custody including one subdued by a security guard at the scene, police said.
The first person infected with Ebola in the United States, nurse Nina Pham, sued a Texas hospital on Monday, saying it did not do enough to prevent her from contracting the deadly virus and invaded her privacy after she was diagnosed with it.
Officials from a Pentagon agency toured the tunnels of Yucca Mountain last month but do not intend to do work at the Nevada site, a spokesman said Monday.
Two simultaneous accidents on northbound Interstate 15 just north of Sahara Avenue are causing traffic delays Monday afternoon.
A White House-commissioned task force released a report on Monday recommending increased oversight of local police forces in response to what President Barack Obama has described as “simmering distrust” between police and communities they serve.
North Carolina prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a man who police say kept detailed notes on parking at his condominium complex before gunning down three young Muslims in a neighboring unit, according to documents released on Monday.
Use of electronic cigarettes and liquid nicotine would be regulated the same as tobacco under a bill introduced in the Nevada Senate on Monday.
The central figure in a multimillion-dollar investment scam perpetrated by a Clark County judge and others was sentenced Monday to 6 and a half years in federal prison.
Assemblyman Richard Carrillo was back at work in the Nevada Legislature on Monday following his arrest last week on alleged drunken driving and a weapons charge.
D’Andre Berghardt Jr. was tased twice and shot seven times by Bureau of Land Management officers in an incident on state Route 159 near Red Rock last year, investigating officers testified in a fact-finding hearing Monday morning.
Two men were transported to the hospital with serious injuries after a south valley crash Monday morning.
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