Nevada’s Court of Appeals announced Wednesday that it has signed their first 42 court orders, filed with the Supreme Court Clerk of the Court.
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The average Nevada smoker spends more than $1.3 million in their lifetime, including the cumulative economic toll of a pack per day over several decades, health care expenditures, income losses and other costs, according to the personal-finance website WalletHub.
From the news coming out of Washoe County, you’d almost think there’s a glaucoma epidemic erupting at Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village. Not one, but three licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries have been issued to companies with plans to open pot shops at Incline and nearby Crystal Bay.
The violent accident that has threatened Sen. Harry Reid’s vision and marked the first few weeks of his tenure as Senate minority leader took place in the bathroom of his home.
The smallest critters who occupy the bottom of the cold, clear waters of Lake Tahoe are dying off at an alarming rate and scientists are trying to find the cause to protect the fragile ecosystem of the lake high in the Sierra Nevada range.
A bill re-introduced Thursday by Rep. Dina Titus is the latest bid by Congress to get its arm around the handling of disability benefits for military veterans.
A retirement system official said Thursday a report showing that some Nevada public employees who retire collect more in pension benefits than they did while working was based on less than 2 percent of beneficiaries.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada entered the fray in the pre-Super Bowl fracas over deflated footballs Thursday, saying that as the only state where money can legally be wagered on games, Nevada can ill-afford a scandal affecting the National Football League.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld the convictions of Arizona resident Shawn Rice, who was an activist in the anti-government “sovereign citizens” movement.
Nearly 24,000 driver authorization cards have been issued in Nevada since the program allowing people in the country illegally to attain driving privileges began a year ago, the state Department of Motor Vehicles reported Thursday.
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake rattled a remote area where Nevada, California and Oregon meet Thursday morning.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada said Thursday he expects to recover vision in his right eye following surgery that will restructure broken bones in his face and drain blood that has gathered in the front and back of the socket.
Most people who make the decision to retire have to figure out how to live on fewer dollars, but that is not always the case with Nevada state and local government employees, a new analysis has found.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada will undergo needed surgery on his right eye that was seriously injured in a New Year’s Day accident, an aide said Wednesday.
“Extremely rugged” mountains near the California-Nevada border are making it tough for search and rescue crews to reach wreckage of what could be a small plane that disappeared on its way to Henderson.
A new initiative proposed by Gov. Brian Sandoval to have the state take over under-performing schools will likely involve only a handful of the troubled institutions initially, a state official said Tuesday.
After years of keeping state buildings patched together on a shoestring budget, Gov. Brian Sandoval is proposing $234 million in projects involving everything from keeping the lights on and paving parking lots to moving forward with a new hotel college and Department of Motor Vehicles office in Las Vegas.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada made his first appearance of the year in the Capitol on Tuesday, still recuperating from injuries suffered in an exercise accident on New Year’s Day.
The North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday will consider partnering with Ledcor Construction Company to study the feasibility of running water to the sprawling industrial park known as Apex.
Two U.S. senators, including Dean Heller of Nevada, are seeking to make permanent a law that allows people to deduct state and local sales taxes on their annual federal returns.
The name crops up in several prominent places at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, from its busiest boat harbor to the road and the wash leading down to it. There is even a park in Boulder City, popular among grazing bighorn sheep, that bears the Hemenway name.
More than a year after a National Park Service road worker died alone in the heat of Death Valley, agency officials have finished their investigation and rolled out new safety measures.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s $1.1 billion tax package to fund education and other state services caught some industry groups off guard, but representatives of the state’s largest business organizations say they are willing to await details before passing judgment.
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