For the hundreds of thousands of visitors expected at Lake Mead this weekend, park authorities are offering a new way to check weather conditions on the water before trailers ever even hit the launch ramps.
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The amendment “respects valid existing rights and does not make any decisions regarding private property or lands managed by any other federal, state or local government agency,” the BLM said.
With a thunderous flyover by a pair of fighter jets and applause from 2,000 veterans and families, Gov. Brian Sandoval dedicated the long-awaited Nevada Veterans Memorial on Friday, saying, “This will be the gathering place for the ages.”
Assembly District 19 Republican candidates Chris Edwards and Connie Foust both hold conservative views when it comes to raising state revenue through taxation.
Democrats hold a 2-to-1 registered voter advantage in Assembly District 15 where the incumbent is facing opposition from a candidate who held the seat two decades ago.
All four Republican candidates in the Assembly District 12 race are concerned about education. But how they would address education’s challenges differs.
The Nevada attorney general’s office expects to start receiving test results from the state’s backlog of sexual assault kits as early as June, a spokeswoman said Friday.
A prison inmate in Carson City died Wednesday night, the Nevada Department of Corrections said.
A law professor who was turned down for UNLV’s presidency may soon claim a job overseeing all of the state’s public colleges — a move drawing skepticism from legislators already bristling at the state of Nevada’s higher education system.
A federal judge in Reno has set an emergency hearing Friday to determine whether one of the key suspects in an alleged prescription drug-trafficking ring should be released from jail because of his medical condition.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday announced the appointment of Anthony “Tony” Wren to the Nevada Tax Commission, replacing longtime member Joan Lambert who resigned.
The 750 free vpostcards are available at the Red Rock visitor center on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Bureau of Land Management’s top lawman during the 2014 standoff with rogue rancher Cliven Bundy has been tapped to oversee security for agency’s facilities nationwide.
An effort to repeal the commerce tax through a referendum is dead, Nevada state Controller Ron Knecht said Wednesday.
Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro said Wednesday she will not remove herself from the criminal case stemming from the 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement near Bunkerville.
Officials say the huge Mojave Desert solar-thermal power plant damaged last week by fire could be back on line within three weeks.
Incumbency, with at least one exception, proved to be the campaign money winner in legislative races leading up to Nevada’s June 14 primary.
Lawyers involved in the remaining court challenge to Nevada’s controversial school choice law have a little more than six weeks to prepare for oral arguments before the state Supreme Court.
Making room for bicyclists, the potential impact of recreational marijuana and cellphone use while driving are among hot-button transportation topics that could be discussed when the Legislature meets in February, several Nevada lawmakers said Tuesday.
Donald Trump is facing an onslaught of criticism from Nevada Democrats, particularly U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, over comments he made in 2007 about an anticipated downturn in the real estate market.
Nevada’s new prison boss announced a pronounced shift in the agency’s mission Tuesday, emphasizing the need to focus on inmate rehabilitation as a means toward enhancing public safety.
An audit of the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation released Tuesday found that visits to the homes of offenders by parole officers were not always completed with the time frames set by the agency.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske announced Monday that a Las Vegas-based resident agent connected to the Panama Papers data leak has resigned.
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