The California teenager killed in a weekend collision on the Colorado River in Bullhead City, Arizona, has been identified as Guadalupe Rodriguez of San Bernardino.
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Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta abruptly announced Monday that she is retiring more than two years before her second term is up.
Getting replacement license plates under a new Nevada law that takes effect July 1 won’t require a dreaded trip to a Department of Motor Vehicles office.
A Northern Nevada metal foundry is blaming a disgruntled ex-employee for a video that appears to show company waste being dumped from barrels onto the ground.
A federal agency is on a path to sterilize wild horses on U.S. rangeland to slow the growth of herds — a new approach condemned by mustang advocates across the West.
Despite a sign that read, “closed for the season,” a group of nearly 15 people crossed over an orange fence Saturday morning and began hiking up the South Loop Trail at Mount Charleston.
Gays with guns don’t get bashed. That was part of Kimberly Lang’s thought-process when she bought her first gun last week.
The fire started at about noon Sunday near Lovell Canyon Road, north of State Route 160, officials said.
U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy called up Ruben Kihuen after the June 14 primary results came in to congratulate him on getting the Democratic nomination to run against him in the November election.
University Medical Center trauma unit serves a 10,000-square-mile region that includes portions of Arizona, California and Utah. It has a 96 percent survival rate for patients who arrive alive within an hour of the traumatic incident.
Most Nevada motorists will have to get new license plates every eight years under a new law that takes effect July 1.
A new tenant has taken up residence at the Governor’s Mansion in Carson City, and this one doesn’t have to worry about term limits or elections.
JoAnn Kittrell, spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, which includes the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, said Thursday that Production Pattern and Foundry, a Mound House maker of aluminum castings, is under investigation.
An Amber Alert was issued Thursday afternoon for a child last seen in Reno.
Big money is flowing into the fight over a potential November ballot measure that could restore Nevada’s more favorable net metering rates for current and future rooftop solar residential customers.
Nevada isn’t a majority-minority state quite yet. But it is projected to be in 2022 or 2023, according to the state demographer.
A viral video of unidentified men draining barrels of liquid in the Nevada desert has prompted an investigation by the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection.
A political action committee backing recreational marijuana legalization has recently seen a stream of green, as in cash.
An amended lawsuit has been filed challenging a 2007 Nevada law governing registration and community notification of sex offenders and seeking to block its implementation next month.
The second person killed Friday in a crash on state Route 164 near Searchlight has been identified as Liwayway Macapagal Gatchalian, 70.
Washoe County Sheriff Chuck Allen is siding with the National Rifle Association in opposition to Question 1 on the November ballot that proposes to expand background checks for firearm sales to private party sales and transfers in Nevada.
Prescription drug addiction, the downward spiral of lives ruined, loved ones lost, and the cost to society were the focus of a daylong meeting convened Tuesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval, who called the problem a crisis.
Nevada no longer ranks dead last for its lackluster education system. Now, it’s only second-to-last, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s annual Kids Count report.
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