An inmate with the Nevada Department of Corrections died at Centennial Hills Hospital Saturday, according to a release.
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CARSON CITY — Researchers at Nevada's medical school and University Medical Center in Las Vegas will share $8 million for projects and programs aimed at improving women's health, thanks to a 2014 settlement with a major drug company, the attorney general's office announced Wednesday.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors gave final approval Tuesday to a $400,000 payment from Nevada to settle a lawsuit over the state's practice of busing indigent mental patients to the city in years past.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 89 "deportable" people last week in Nevada, according to a news release.
The death of a toddler has resulted in the arrest of his mother and her boyfriend in northwest Arizona.
Nevada Day is officially Oct. 31, but that's not the only scary coincidence on the calendar where the Silver State is concerned, UNLV associate history professor Michael Green says.
A Kingman, Arizona, judge questioned the logic of Arizona sentencing mandates Wednesday when he imposed two life prison terms plus 25 years more for a California man convicted of sex offenses involving his granddaughter.
Three Nevada colleges will receive a combined $336,000 to develop workforce training programs focused on the needs of high-tech industries.
A federal judge on Wednesday found Nevada to be in violation of a 2014 federal lawsuit settlement to provide prompt treatment to mentally ill inmates languishing in jail.
Nevada ranks high on yet another list of states with the friendliest tax policies for retirees.
A teenage girl died in a rollover crash over the weekend in Beatty, about 100 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
A Florida-based private prison company will assume the operation of the Arizona state prison in Golden Valley on Dec. 1.
Nevada's 150th anniversary came to a ceremonial close Tuesday in Carson City with the dedication of a tree on the Capitol grounds and the awarding of memorabilia from a yearlong series of events to state museums.
Yucca Mountain Project opponent Richard Bryan said Tuesday he was "stunned" when he watched a video of small explosions that followed more powerful ones Oct. 18 at a low-level nuclear waste dump near Beatty.
A dentist who overbilled Nevada's Medicaid program by $285,000 has moved out of state and is under scrutiny by federal officials, the Legislative Commission was told Tuesday.
CARSON CITY — Yohan Lowie had a vision when he set out to design a new courthouse in Las Vegas to house the southern offices of the Nevada Supreme Court and Nevada Court of Appeals.
Political action groups have already put a more than half a million dollars into the three congressional district races in Southern Nevada.
It's been a hard couple of weeks for tourism officials in Nye County, what with the exploding hazardous waste dump and Lamar Odom's near-fatal trip to the Love Ranch.
A 31-year-old inmate convicted of attempted theft died Friday at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center's medical facility in Carson City, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
For the second time in six years, an environmental group is threatening to sue federal regulators over an endangered fish it says could be wiped out by proposed groundwater development in Clark and Lincoln counties.
Nevada, California and federal authorities are working to figure out how two small planes collided in mid-air Friday morning near Jean, about 30 miles southwest of Las Vegas.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt on Friday defended his move for the state to join the sage grouse lawsuit over the objections of Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Scotty's Castle, a palatial ranch named for a con man that's become one of the most popular tourist attractions here, could remain closed until spring 2016 or later after its grounds sustained extensive damage from flash floods over the weekend.