U.S. Rep. Joe Heck and other GOP lawmakers are responsible for the Ebola crisis because federal budget cuts have crippled the ability of the government and hospitals to deal with an infectious disease outbreak, Erin Bilbray, the Democrat challenging Heck, charged Monday.
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A Kingman, Ariz., man has was convicted Thursday in the murder and dismemberment of a temporary house guest in November 2011.
“We’re going to keep going until the public insists that the BLM does the right thing,” said Gerber, 72.
A wildfire burning in a scenic Arizona canyon is expected to nearly triple in size as crews scramble to get the upper hand in less rugged terrain.
A 26-year-old man who was convicted earlier this week in a Nevada crime spree has been charged with aggravated murder in the 2011 shooting deaths of a retired Utah couple.
Former prominent Las Vegas developer Jim Rhodes has initiated a proposed land exchange with the Bureau of Land Management to consolidate property he intends to farm in northwest Arizona.
A man who authorities say went on a crime rampage that spanned two states and left a Utah couple dead has been sentenced to up to 56 years in Nevada for a kidnapping, robbery and botched carjacking at a casino.
KINGMAN, Ariz. — Mohave County Supervisor Joy Brotherton died at her home in Kingman Monday. A spokeswoman for the family, Barbara Ricca, said Brotherton, 75, died of a “serious, undisclosed illness.”
A Utah teenager died in a single-vehicle crash late Saturday in a rural area of northern Arizona.
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a national group cannot defend Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage after the state attorney general refused to do so, paving the way for a ruling on the voter-approved ban that could come at any time.
KINGMAN, Ariz. — A man wanted in connection with an April 16 homicide in northern California was arrested Monday in Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford, D-Nev., chatted with constituents on a bus trip Tuesday morning as part of his “Commuting with the Congressman” program.
The director of the Bureau of Land Management said Monday that lawbreakers will be “held accountable” as the agency pursues a new plan to enforce court orders against Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy for illegally grazing cattle on public land.
The Bureau of Land Management has begun an investigation that could lead to charges against nearly 50 people who rode ATVs on an off-limits trail last weekend in Utah to show their displeasure with the federal government.
Dozens of people rode their ATVs and motorcycles on an off-limits trail in southern Utah on Saturday in a protest against what the group calls the federal government’s overreaching control of public lands.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is warning its workers in Utah to be on alert after two men threatened an agency wrangler on Interstate 15 south of Salt Lake City by pulling out a weapon and holding up a sign that read, “You need to die.”
The Moapa Band of Paiutes hasn’t finished its first solar power plant yet, but federal officials have cleared the way for a second one on the tribe’s land about 30 miles north of Las Vegas.
Helldorado Days, the city’s annual five-day tribute to its Wild West heritage, includes a parade that will close downtown streets Saturday.
Members of the Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday asked for more time before deciding on a request from the State Bar to provide legal protections for lawyers who advise clients on medical marijuana issues.
Clark County has shed more light on who is vying for a limited number of lucrative licenses to move newly legalized medical marijuana from seed to sale.
Red Rock Canyon draws more than 1 million visitors a year, making it the busiest National Conservation Area in the country. Apparently it was big with the dinosaurs, too. Since the first such discovery made news in 2011, the fossilized footprints of long-extinct creatures have been found at more than 10 different spots in the 196,000-acre conservation area.
The more than a century-old Manzanita and Lincoln resident halls at the University of Nevada, Reno are steeped in history, but their vulnerability in the event of an earthquake is causing some concern about the students who live in them.
At the height of the “Just Say No” campaign in the war on drugs, Sig Rogich was a senior adviser to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.