Federal authorities announced plans Friday to round up as many as 200 wild horses to save them from starvation in the mountains outside of Las Vegas.
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McGrew sought a simple, trouble-free life on a 2.4-acre tract of land when she moved to the town of Overton in 1990. Now, plans she made last year to spruce up the double-wide are on hold.
State officials are dimming the lights and preparing to phase out an ambitious but short-lived program initially intended to help people stay in their homes as Nevada's housing market crumbled and home values plummeted during the Great Recession.
Three Nevada correctional officers who were put on leave after a fatal shooting at a state prison in November have collected a combined $73,000 in salary and benefits while an investigation continues, records from the Department of Corrections show.
Las Vegas Justice Court Chief Judge Joe Bonaventure on Friday said his court lacked jurisdiction to hear motions to dismiss charges and release mentally ill detainees now languishing in jail.
Two Nellis Air Force Base helicopters are assisting in the search for a missing 5-year-old boy in Arizona's Kaibab National Forest, according to the Coconino County Sheriff's Office.
Roos-N-More is getting another chance to convince the Clark County Commission it shouldn't be forced to close.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid introduced legislation this week to grant nearly 26,000 acres of federal land to the Moapa Band of Paiutes outside Las Vegas.
One person was in critical condition and another in serious condition after their motorcycle crashed into a car on State Route 160 Friday morning.
A self-employed delivery driver who filed his own handwritten appeal in a workers' compensation matter won a victory in the Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday.
Arraignment dates have been set for two Southern Nevada inmates indicted by a Clark County grand jury on unrelated escape, weapon and other charges, the attorney general's office said Thursday.
Even though transportation regulators have proposed knocking down the cost for a transportation network company to be licensed in the state, it's still substantially higher than anyplace Uber and Lyft operate.
Earlier this year, Carla Wise from the Bureau of Land Management and Christy Klinger from the Nevada Department of Wildlife spent hours in a helicopter logging the locations of hollow plastic pipes used to mark mining claims.
The Northern Nevada town, near where electric car maker Tesla is building its $5 billion battery factory, ranked No. 1 in the nation for home flips in the second quarter, according to California research firm RealtyTrac.
Without a change of heart from the Clark County Commission, Roos-N-More is no more.
Three family members tied to a golf course investment property in northwest Arizona who enjoyed a lavish lifestyle through fraudulent activity have entered plea agreements in federal court in Phoenix.
Hundreds of motorcycles, buggies, trucks and ATVs will race across the Nevada desert in what's billed as the longest off-highway race in the United States.
The bodies of a man and woman from Golden Valley, Ariz., were found in a van Sunday at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, park services officials announced Tuesday.
Bruce Boyd will be remembered as a self-taught naturalist whose work on butterflies of the Spring Mountains spurred the effort to protect habitat for the rare Mount Charleston blue butterfly, now an endangered species.
A federal appeals court on Monday revived a lawsuit filed by a wildlife conservation group challenging federal predator control practices in Nevada that include killing coyotes and poisoning ravens.
Dozens of people waiting in line cheered Friday when Nevada's first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Sparks, 15 years after voters approved medicinal pot.
In the wake of last month's high-profile drone incursion over the Cajon Pass fire along Interstate 15 in Southern California, the Nevada Division of Forestry has issued a warning about the use of remotely piloted vehicles at fire scenes in the Silver State.
A Kingman, Ariz., man has been arrested after police said he used a hatchet to kill a transient man he was trying to evict from his home in northwest Arizona.