A 1-year-old girl who was ejected from a moving vehicle was the lone survivor of a crash that killed two adults over the weekend in Northern Nevada, according to the Highway Patrol.
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A new analysis being released Monday shows many communities in Nevada are still struggling and have a long way to go in the cycle of economic rebirth.
The largest multistate training exercise ever conducted by the Army Special Operations Command is scheduled to begin July 15 on private and public land in seven states in the Southwest and Southeast — but not Nevada.
Rescue crews are looking for a man who jumped off a boat at Lake Mead National Recreation Area Sunday afternoon, park officials said.
Bullhead City police said the 8:00 a.m. crash occurred at the intersection of Meadows Drive and Highway 95.
More than 1,000 inmates had been transferred from the Hualapai Unit of the prison to other corrections facilities by Sunday afternoon.
The dozen or so homes and vacation cabins high in the canyon 60 miles west of Las Vegas have been without a permanent water source since the Carpenter 1 fire, and relief is still at least another 18 months away.
A robber entered the bank at 75 S. Valle Verde Dr., near Green Valley Parkway and the 215 Beltway, about 5:30 p.m. Friday and pointed a gun at a bank employee, Henderson police wrote in a release Friday night.
All of nine small fires in the Spring Mountains that were sparked by lightning Thursday are controlled and contained, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
Seven-hundred inmates are being relocated from a privately operated state prison in northwest Arizona after two nights of unrest that injured eight corrections staff members and caused major damage to the campus.
U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. San D. Francisco and Maj. Joseph C. Morrison ejected from an F-4D Phantom jet over North Vietnam in 1968. Family members, including a Las Vegas man, await excavation of potential grave sites.
A tiny fan blowing hot air whirled on the dashboard of Analia Gibson’s non-air-conditioned mail truck as she sorted through mail for her daily route.
Three of four fires in the Spring Mountains were put out, but two more small fires were sparked by lightning from overnight storms at and near Lovell Canyon, the U.S Forest Service said Thursday.
The chairman of the Board of Regents is seeking an outside expert to investigate whether Chancellor Dan Klaich killed research critical of his administration.
A Bullhead City, Ariz., man charged in the 2014 death of his girlfriend’s baby pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Wednesday.
An attorney for a High Desert State Prison inmate has filed a use-of force lawsuit alleging the inmate was “sadistically and maliciously shot” by a guard in November.
A half dozen corrections officers were hurt in a disturbance at the Arizona State Prison in northwest Arizona on Wednesday night.
Temperatures may be soaring, but Nevadans should see a dip in their energy bills under an NV Energy rate decrease that took effect Wednesday. In Southern Nevada, the average monthly bill of $154.54 will drop about $4.84.
One bicyclist was killed and another injured in a collision just south of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on Wednesday morning.
Many elected state higher education leaders say they want more information about Chancellor Dan Klaich’s efforts to quash a report critical of his agency, and some question his leadership.
Controversial Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy just wanted to shake hands with Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul at a campaign event in Mesquite on Monday, but also was invited to a private meeting with the U.S. senator from Kentucky.
One person was killed and three people were hurt in a single-vehicle traffic accident in northwest Arizona Tuesday.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul told an audience that included rogue rancher Cliven Bundy that he supports relinquishing federal management of public lands.
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