A Nevada Supreme Court commission called Thursday for sweeping reforms of the state’s guardianship system to better protect the elderly and infirm.
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Nevada has joined three other states to file a lawsuit to prevent the federal government from transferring internet oversight from U.S. control to an international organization.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the state’s education savings account law, ruling that while the premise of using taxpayer money for private education was constitutional, the method used to fund the ESA program was not.
Cliven Bundy’s lawyer, Joel Hansen, on Thursday was allowed to withdraw from the Bunkerville standoff case.
A woman was killed Saturday in a Pahrump crash that authorities are blaming on impaired driving, the Nevada Highway Patrol announced Wednesday.
A new Nevadans for Background Checks ad is hoping to gather support for Question 1 among the state’s Hispanic voters.
A 15-megawatt community solar project that went online Wednesday just north of Pahrump will produce enough power for 2,500 houses at full output, according to a news release from Valley Electric Association, Inc.
Wildlife officials say the same conditions that kept bears at bay in the summer will likely draw them to western Nevada cities this fall.
Two empty lots in Reno could soon be home to an art installation courtesy of Burning Man 2016.
Families and public schools in Nevada this week finally should receive the scores of new Common Core tests that more than 200,000 third- through eighth-grade students completed last spring.
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