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.”
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Federal immigration officers apprehended 65 foreign nationals in and around Las Vegas last week, including convicted drug traffickers and known street gang members.
The Nevada Department of Corrections is moving forward with the construction of a new execution chamber at Ely State Prison despite the announcement that the drugmaker Pfizer will not allow its drugs to be used for lethal injections.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has flown the world touting Nevada on foreign trade missions, but it was right here in the capital that flying’s potential danger manifested itself.
GOP Chairman Michael McDonald called convention “very civil, very unifying,” after delegates passed a lengthy party platform in one swoop.
The Nevada State Democratic Party ended its state convention late Saturday amid security concerns about unruly conditions, the state party said Sunday.
A Las Vegas guest house that catered to black entertainers and everyday travelers during segregation has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
It’s late afternoon and 23-year-old Grayson McClure is lying in the bed that has become his life, talking in his slow cadence about his years enduring a mysterious disease that medical science cannot solve, one many doctors have walked away from even trying to diagnose.
“I’m asking you again, Nevada, unite behind your presumptive candidate, and this time we will win, and we will take the White House,” Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald told convention delegates in Reno.
A pilot killed in the crash of a kit-built helicopter at a remote Nevada dry lake bed has been identified as a 58-year-old Utah man with an aircraft operating license.
A detachment from the Nevada Army National Guard’s most-deployed unit, the 72nd Military Police Company, has returned, this time from Afghanistan, where it maintained security in a dangerous part of Kabul for U.S. military leaders and its coalition partners.
No one was injured when a small plane made an emergency landing on northbound Interstate 15 near the state line Friday morning.
A District Court judge in Clark County ruled Friday against eight Bernie Sanders supporters who sued the Nevada State Democratic Party’s executive board, alleging party officials didn’t properly notify them of an important change in application deadlines to run for leadership positions at the state party convention Saturday.
Authorities say a small single-seat helicopter crashed in a remote Nevada canyon about 75 miles north of Las Vegas.
Charges could include conspiracy to commit a crime, destruction of property, trespassing, destruction of habitat, killing of an endangered species — a felony — and a charge of possessing a firearm as an ex-felon.
Backers of a move to repeal Nevada’s new commerce tax are not ready to quit after the state Supreme Court issued a potentially lethal blow to their efforts, state Controller Ron Knecht said Thursday.
The oil and gas industry on Thursday challenged in federal court drilling restrictions imposed by the Obama administration to protect a struggling bird that ranges across 11 Western states.
Chancellor Dan Klaich resigned Thursday. The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents accepted his resignation at a special meeting that was called in response to demands from legislators and the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce following a Las Vegas Review-Journal article published Sunday.
A county prosecutor in Utah wants a grand jury to probe a complex case that includes allegations of an attempt to bribe U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev .
A doctor who sued Caesars Entertainment Corp. when it barred him from its properties and prevented him from attending a medical conference at Paris Las Vegas lost his appeal Thursday to the Nevada Supreme Court.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske did not comment Wednesday when asked how her office will respond to a letter from a U.S. Senate Finance Committee member about Nevada’s oversight of companies tied to the Panama Papers.
More than 67,000 wild horses and burros now roam public land across the West, an increase of 15 percent from last year, according to estimates released Wednesday by the Bureau of Land Management.
The day before regents will consider whether system officials misled the Legislature, regents received a potential retirement deal for Chancellor Dan Klaich following calls for his resignation.