The Nevada Supreme Court reinstates the law license of Lawrence Semenza II, a former Nevada U.S. attorney who was suspended from the legal profession for failing to pay personal and corporate taxes from 2006 through 2010.
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Through more than five decades of conservation work, Marge Sill came to be known as the mother and, later, the grandmother of Nevada wilderness. She died Sunday at her home in Reno at age 92.
Sitting on traffic-clogged roads, hurtling over potholes and crashing into other cars cost $1,744 annually for the average Las Vegas driver — a figure much lower compared to what motorists pay in Los Angeles, New York or Memphis, according to a study released Tuesday.
Jurors who are considering whether to convict Ammon Bundy and his followers for their occupation of a wildlife refuge in Oregon have indicated difficulty in reaching a consensus.
Car-nado will kick into high-gear Wednesday night, stirring up the perfect storm of long-term closures and traffic jams in downtown Las Vegas for the next four months. Commuters should map out alternate routes before 10 p.m., when ramps are set to close.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection has named three finalists to fill the open seat in Department 29 at Clark County District Court.
Reno police are investigating a shooting that killed one girl and injured two teenage boys early Sunday.
The fatal shooting of a gorilla in its enclosure is still drawing attention but hasn’t significantly affected attendance, the director of the Cincinnati Zoo said.
A current or former employee shot one person to death and wounded three others before apparently killing himself at a rail car plant in Virginia early Tuesday, authorities said.
Arizona Department of Public Safety names trio killed on Saturday in crash on State Route 95.
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