The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a multi-vehicle crash on northbound Interstate 15 that sent at least two people to the hospital.
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Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday announced the appointment of UNLV law professor Francine Lipman to the Nevada Tax Commission, effective immediately for a term that will expire in October 2019.
In an annual rite of spring in the Nevada state capital, bleating sounds fill the air along the green hills on the west side of Carson City, where grazing sheep provide a natural source of wildfire suppression.
The Republican race between Danny Tarkanian and Michael Roberson is a primary contest to watch in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District.
The future of a November ballot referendum seeking to return Nevada’s rooftop solar program to its original, more favorable rates for homeowners remains uncertain, but that hasn’t stopped the opposition from starting its campaign.
In Sheriff Dan Watt’s territory in White Pine County, a regular chronicle of the human condition has become a must-read among residents. It’s the police blotter
The population of the endangered Devil’s Hole pupfish appears to be rebounding, according to a recent count in the water-filled cavern the species calls home 90 miles west of Las Vegas.
Catherine Cortez Masto raised more money than Joe Heck during the last fundraising quarter in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race. But Heck ended the quarter with more money left to spend.
A new inspector general’s report says the VA Reno Veterans Benefits Administration Office inappropriately put claims-related documents in shred bins, affecting burial expenses that one veteran’s family was entitled to.
Talking about death over dinner may sound unpleasant, but some local health care experts are hoping Las Vegans do just that Saturday.
Three decades before the promise of construction work at Boulder Dam attracted a migration of hungry families to Southern Nevada from across a nation falling into a Great Depression, Goldfield’s glow attracted dreamers and schemers alike.
Sheriff’s deputies in Nevada are investigating whether two people whose bodies were found in a hot spring died because the water was too hot.
A Reno wildlife sanctuary is working to take care of four orphaned black bear cubs.
First-time filings for unemployment benefits averaged 12,343 claims in the 12 months prior to March, the state Department of Employment, Trainingand Rehabilitation reported Tuesday. That’s the lowest average since mid-2007.
Northern Nevada Republican Assembly candidate Jason Guinasso says he’s relieved after a judge ruled in his favor in a residency dispute.
The National Park Service now says it could take until 2019, or later, to reopen Scotty’s Castle in Death Valley National Park after the early 20th century mansion was damaged by a historic deluge in October that engineers are now calling a “probable maximum flood event.”
Nevada prison personnel implicated in the shooting death of a handcuffed inmate pointed the finger at another restrained prisoner who was wounded in the gunfire just hours after the 2014 incident unfolded, according to documents obtained by the Review-Journal.
The Nevada Department of Education has selected Brett Barley, a vice president with a lobbying firm that supports education reform, to serve as deputy superintendent of student achievement.
A flatbed tractor-trailer rig with about a dozen larger-than-life statues of soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen from all the nation’s wars made for an impromptu veterans parade as it hauled the centerpiece items to their final destination at the Las Vegas Veterans Memorial site outside the Sawyer Building.
Attorneys say two sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and three other men are due to be transferred in custody from Oregon to Nevada to face charges stemming from an armed confrontation with government agents two years ago.
Congressional candidate Danny Tarkanian is launching a radio ad this week that targets Michael Roberson, calling the Republican state Senate majority leader “Nevada’s version of Hillary Clinton.”
An Oregon sheriff under investigation for meeting with those who occupied a national wildlife refuge has filed notice that he plans to sue the city of John Day.
None of the Goodsprings residents tested for lead late last month show signs of exposure, according to final results from the Southern Nevada Health District.