Nevada Assemblyman Ira Hansen — who recently gave up his designation as speaker for the 2015 Legislature in an uproar over his comments about women, gays and minorities — has been cleared of charges accusing him of illegal wildlife trapping.
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Uber, the maverick ride-sharing company that has been bending the state’s transportation rules for a month, ceased operations in Nevada late Wednesday, vowing to return when it finds a clear path to operating legally in the state.
More than 500 of Nevada’s autistic children are on waiting lists to obtain therapy, and advocates for these children are looking to Sandoval for help.
While details are emerging about what kinds of federal benefits might be available to immigrants covered by President Barack Obama’s recent executive order, the rules surrounding state benefits in Nevada remain murky.
The Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort had to push back its Friday opening date due to the abnormally mild weather expected over Thanksgiving weekend.
A 76-year-old California man has been found dead and the search for his two sons has been discontinued after their boat was found capsized in northern Nevada.
Applications are due next week for aid for people in a Southern Nevada area affected by severe storms and flooding in early September, according to federal and state officials.
A popular overlook at Death Valley National Park is set to close Dec. 1 for major renovations.
One fisherman is dead and two others are missing after their boat was found capsized at Pyramid Lake in Northern Nevada, according to authorities.
With Congress stymied in partisan fights for most of this year, more than a dozen initiatives that affect Nevadans still are awaiting action and time is running short.
A Washoe County judge on Tuesday approved a preliminary injunction to prohibit the ride-sharing company Uber from operating in Nevada, including Las Vegas.
A plea agreement is resolving the case against a Las Vegas man accused of foolishly driving a tour bus through raging floodwater in northwest Arizona in 2013.
Nevada’s historic Nov. 4 election is official. Catherine Lu, an aide to Secretary of State Ross Miller, said the Nevada Supreme Court certified election results on Tuesday.
It will be another week before Assembly Republicans choose a new speaker designate following the announcement Sunday by Sparks lawmaker Ira Hansen that he was stepping down from the post because of controversial statements he made while a columnist for the Sparks Daily Tribune.
Nevada Nuclear Projects Agency chief Robert Halstead says he’s been assured that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., remain opposed to the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project.
Thanks to the Nevada Department of Wildlife’s stocking program, urban anglers can easily cast their lines at conveniently located fishing holes in Las Vegas, Boulder City, Mesquite, Beatty and even Cold Creek in the Spring Mountains.
Washoe County election officials say a recount has upheld Assemblyman Randy Kirner’s 11-vote victory over fellow Republican Lisa Krasner.
A lane restriction on southbound Interstate 15 near Primm while authorities investigated a body brought heavy traffic delays for most of Sunday, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Some of the most innovative and challenging scientific research in human history is now underway in the Pahrump Hills, but not the ones 60 miles west of Las Vegas. These Pahrump Hills are at the base of a mountain in the bottom of a crater on the planet Mars.
More than 45,000 Nevadans sang their state song and helped Nevada set a world record.
Protecting prayer in the public schools. Urging Congress to transfer federal lands to the control of the state. Allowing permit holders to carry concealed weapons on college campuses. These are a few of the priorities for the new Republican majority of the Nevada Legislature.
RENO — Voter turnout might have been horrendous in the recent election, but a stampede of residents is seeking a vacant Reno City Council seat.
Seismologists have taken steps to better track an earthquake swarm in the sparsely populated northwest corner of Nevada near Oregon and California.
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