One bicyclist was killed and another injured in a collision just south of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on Wednesday morning.
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The operator of the government weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, N.M., faces fines totaling $247,500 after losing track of classified material that was supposed to have been shipped to Nevada in 2007, but never arrived.
A Bureau of Land Management team is managing two wildfires on the Arizona Strip, the agency said Tuesday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a proclamation Tuesday endorsing Western Governors University Nevada, a nonprofit online institution that offers undergraduate and advance college degrees in business, teaching, information technology and health professions.
A 52-year-old man incarcerated at Northern Nevada Correctional Center died Sunday, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
Southbound Interstate 15 will be closed at Yates Well Road just south of the California border from 1-4 a.m., and traffic will be diverted off the highway at Primm. Northbound traffic won’t be affected.
Gov. Brian Sandoval appointed Richard Whitley on Monday as the director of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. Whitley had served as interim director since February.
A man was found dead behind the Pahrump Nugget Hotel and Casino Monday morning, according to sheriff’s deputies.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday appointed Richard Whitley director of the Department of Health and Human Services.
A man died Sunday afternoon after an apparent drowning near Boulder Beach at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, the park service said.
Downtown Reno residents are watching with a mixture of loss and anticipation as demolition work continues on the historic Virginia Street Bridge, which played a brief but important supporting role in the Marilyn Monroe film “The Misfits.”
The man who died after jumping from a cliff in Laughlin Sunday morning was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The crash happened just after 2 a.m. on northbound Interstate 580, about 12 miles north of the capital.
When I raised the subject of investing in desalination a few months ago, I got the strong feeling there wasn’t much active interest at the Southern Nevada Water Authority. Their experts knew all about it, of course, but they also recognized it was expensive and probably wouldn’t be needed for decades to come.
Visitors went through the gates for free on Saturday, when Nevada’s state parks were open with no admission charge.
The death of a Nevada inmate who died in May at Southern Desert Correctional Center in Indian Springs was ruled natural by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The lawyer for B.B. King’s longtime manager denies that his client embezzled more than $1 million from the musician during his dying days. Las Vegas attorney Brent Bryson said King’s manager, LaVerne Toney, transferred the money into King’s trust account after his death.
Embattled rancher Cliven Bundy says he and his son talked to government contractors on June 5, but he had nothing to do with shots fired near the group’s campsite later that night.
Saturday is Free Fishing Day, the only day of the year children and adults can fish at select Nevada parks without a fishing license or trout stamp.
The FBI and Las Vegas police are investigating the June 5 incident in a remote area where Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy grazes cattle in defiance of federal authorities.
Southbound Interstate 15 will be closed at Primm early Wednesday morning for a sign installation project just south of the California border.
A plan by the Department of Veterans Affairs to redirect $35 million from a Filipino veterans fund to help bail out a troubled hospital project outside Denver was rejected by Congress on Thursday.
Nevada Commissioner of Insurance Scott J. Kipper announced Thursday his resignation effective July 2.