Las Vegas Assemblywoman Michele Fiore’s tax liens and problems with the IRS were cited in her second removal from Assembly leadership positions Thursday.
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Three Lake Havasu City police officers were justified when they opened fire Nov. 23, killing a Lake Havasu City man who pointed his firearm at them, the Kingman Police Department determined after an independent review of the incident.
The Clark County coroner’s office has released the cause of death for a fisherman whose body was found in October at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, eight months after he’d been reported missing.
Nevada state officials deposited numerous items into a time capsule on Monday, which will be buried on the Capitol grounds for opening at the state’s bicentennial in 2064.
The credit rating firm Moody’s on Monday called Nevada’s looming $162 million budget shortfall a “credit negative.”
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday criticized state Department of Transportation staff for failing to address stormwater issues found in an audit by a federal agency that could now lead to millions of dollars in additional costs to the state.
Las Vegas police arrested a man after a three-hour standoff at a Laughlin apartment that started after a gas station in the Colorado River town was robbed.
The idea got a frosty reception in rural Nevada, but U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada says he intends to keep pushing for the withdrawal of 805,100 acres of federal land in Lincoln and Nye counties.
When Chris DeWitt began restoring the historic narrow-gauge Glenbrook locomotive for the state railroad museum in the capital city, little did he know that it was going to be a 30-plus-year labor of love.
A program of cash awards for state employees who come up with ways to save taxpayer money has turned out to be an ordeal rather than a positive experience for Nevada Department of Health and Human Services analyst Theron Huntamer.
The big names set to decide Nevada’s biggest issues will sit down next month for a legislative panel discussion co-hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
In academia, plagiarism is considered high crime. But what if the culprit comes from the agency that oversees higher education in the state?
With only hours to spare, the U.S. House last week approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill needed to avoid a government shutdown.
A police report provides new details in one of the cases against former Bullhead City, Ariz., police Sgt. Jesse Hoag who is accused of forcing himself upon two women he met at the same Laughlin bar during separate October incidents.
A sheriff in rural eastern Nevada says a 63-year-old man who had been sought in the shooting death of his wife and torching of their home was found dead in his pickup truck on a dirt road in a remote mountain pass.
The American and Italian flags hang from the front of a tunneling machine that just finished drilling a three-mile tunnel under Lake Mead and into a water intake structure placed at the bottom of the reservoir in 2012.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Friday he is not getting involved in the ongoing Assembly leadership dispute, and that he will work with whoever ends up in control when the Legislature gets to work on Feb. 2.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada said Friday that Congress next year will take up legislation to outlaw Internet gambling, and he plans to support a ban while trying to gain an exemption for online poker.
An ice age boneyard at the northern edge of the Las Vegas Valley is now one signature away from becoming Nevada’s newest federally recognized natural landmark.
Congress is laying down a gauntlet on the sage grouse, challenging federal land managers to come up with better plans to avoid listing the desert bird as threatened or endangered, Rep. Mark Amodei of Nevada said Thursday.
Winds gusting to 140 mph through Sierra Nevada passes ahead of a powerful Pacific storm damaged homes and a church in South Lake Tahoe, closed schools, and grounded commercial airline flights in Reno.
Southern Nevadans who say they lost thousands of dollars to a pyramid scheme run by Herbalife called on Nevada’s attorney general Thursday to investigate the company, which sells nutritional and weight-loss products.
A 90-day jail sentence was imposed Thursday for a police officer’s wife and former dispatcher who looted funds while serving as treasurer of the Bullhead City Police Officer’s Association in Arizona.
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