After a bureaucratic nightmare left her virtually homeless for a year, unsure what her future would hold, Bonnie McGrew has a plan.
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William G. "Bill" Roberts, a Tonopah native and longtime central Nevada journalist, died Saturday at Renown Medical Center in Reno following a brief illness. He was 64.
Two people are confirmed dead after a Wednesday morning collision between a tractor-trailor and pickup on state Route 318 near mile marker 18 in Nye County, according to Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Loy Hixson.
While families across America enjoy Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, another Nevada Army National Guard unit will be packing their duffle bags for a tour of Afghanistan.
Nevada residents may soon be able to proclaim their support for the right to life for unborn children by requesting a special license plate from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
After surviving crowds on Black Friday, who wants to jab elbows with throngs of people at the Department of Motor Vehicles?
Nevada officials dispute the findings of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff's latest impact report for the planned Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.
The battle over maintaining life support for a 20-year-old Las Vegas woman continues this week in Reno. It focuses on the question of when is a person considered dead.
he House last week approved legislation to require tighter screening of Syrian and Iraqi refugees seeking to enter the United States out of fear that ISIS might try to exploit the current program, which has allowed 2,174 Syrian refugees to come to the United States since Sept. 11, 2001.
The mystery rifle of Great Basin National Park has returned home to Nevada, and it brought with it a tantalizing new clue.
Nevada's medical marijuana industry has barely gotten off the ground. But already, people on both sides are quietly preparing for a public fight over what would be an even bigger revolution.
A state panel Friday finalized short-term and long-range recommendations for dealing with drought, from requiring meters on all water outlets in Nevada to stepping up drought monitoring and conservation efforts.
Gov. Brian Sandoval may be suffering some political fallout for the $1.4 billion tax plan he pushed through the 2015 Legislature, but a poll of Nevada voters shows he is one of the most popular governors in the country.
Nevada's public pension fund covering about 103,000 active state and local government employees saw its financial health improve in 2015 over the previous year, and now stands at 73.2 percent fully funded.
Critics of public land-use plans designed to protect sage grouse told a federal judge Tuesday the regulations are having a chilling effect on rural Nevada communities.
A Laughlin man convicted of second-degree murder for killing his octogenarian father was sentenced Tuesday to 18 to 45 years in prison.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is taking a wait-and-see attitude to the growing chorus of Republican leaders seeking a moratorium on Syrian refugees allowed into the United States.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday appointed Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison to the Homeland Security Commission and also re-established the Homeland Security Working Group, a panel of subject matter experts to assist the panel.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday called on President Barack Obama not to send any Syrian refugees to Nevada until the administration completes a review of protocols for eligibility and security.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, who ruffled the feathers of Gov. Brian Sandoval when he joined a lawsuit challenging sage grouse protections, won't be allowed to argue Tuesday when a federal judge considers an injunction to block new public lands regulations, the judge ruled.
Law enforcement agencies in Nevada reported 24 hate crimes in 2014, according to the FBI.
The battle over rooftop solar will be re-engaged this week as state regulators take up permanent rules for net metering that could dramatically alter the future of the industry in Nevada.
The United States and Nevada flags will be flown at half-staff at all state buildings and public grounds through sunset Thursday.
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