A federal appeals court on Monday revived a lawsuit filed by a wildlife conservation group challenging federal predator control practices in Nevada that include killing coyotes and poisoning ravens.
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Dozens of people waiting in line cheered Friday when Nevada's first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Sparks, 15 years after voters approved medicinal pot.
In the wake of last month's high-profile drone incursion over the Cajon Pass fire along Interstate 15 in Southern California, the Nevada Division of Forestry has issued a warning about the use of remotely piloted vehicles at fire scenes in the Silver State.
A Kingman, Ariz., man has been arrested after police said he used a hatchet to kill a transient man he was trying to evict from his home in northwest Arizona.
Her husband praises her for her efforts to improve the lives of Nevadans, ticking off issues she works on including prescription drug abuse, homelessness, various programs for school children, and mental health.
Public health officials are investigating a case of E. coli at the Lovelock Correctional Center, the Nevada Department of Corrections said Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Nevada will receive $8.4 million in state and local security grants this year, including $3 million to guard against an attack on Las Vegas, the Department of Homeland Security announced on Tuesday.
CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval wrapped up the German segment of a European trade mission Tuesday and announced the signing of an exchange program for interns in advanced manufacturing.
It's little solace for a local charity that lost $2.2 million in what civil court documents describe as a loan Ponzi scheme, but it appears things could have been much worse for Miracle Flights for Kids.
A new study suggests that government entities in the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin could save water each year using a process called performance contracting to improve conservation efforts.
Four inmates suffered nonfatal injures when they and six other inmates fought during dinner at High Desert State Prison near Indian Springs on Friday night, prompting guards to skip bird shot rounds at them.
The House voted last week to block federal crime-fighting funds from going to “sanctuary cities” where police do not routinely report undocumented immigrants to federal authorities.
A Pahrump man has been charged with murder after police said he admitted killing his stepmother and hiding her body.
Clark County’s top boss and its largest union have struggled in recent years to forge a functioning relationship.
The state Department of Health and Human Services has told Assemblywoman Michele Fiore that she must let inspectors into her home health care business or face the potential loss of her license.
Nevada lobbyists spent a record $153,079 to wine, dine and court state lawmakers during the 2015 session, though most of the expenses were for group events sponsored by various organizations, records filed with the Legislative Counsel Bureau show.
An Arizona man has sued a Las Vegas police officer who rear-ended him this year while driving a patrol vehicle in Bullhead City.
Remote cameras on four Northern Nevada mountaintops are helping federal land managers get an early jump on snuffing out fires in desolate regions.
The state Bureau of Consumer Protection has proposed that state regulators authorize a minimum of an additional 17.5 megawatts of net metering capacity so that the rooftop solar industry is not disrupted in Nevada.
A 72-year-old inmate died at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center's Regional Medical Facility on Tuesday.
Marine veteran Danny Michaels puffed on a cigarette Wednesday while he sat in front of the Armed Forces Career Center on South Maryland Parkway. His .40-caliber pistol was snug in its holster on his hip and his Mossberg shotgun loaded with buckshot was within arm's reach.
Assessing the viability of a potential solar power project comes next for the energy company that secured the lease of public land near Laughlin at Tuesday's Clark County Commission meeting.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Tuesday it has picked a new director for its embattled regional office in Reno.
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