To most people it seemed curious but straightforward enough when U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada said he suffered a serious facial injury while exercising at his Henderson home on New Year’s Day.
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The motorcyclist who was killed in a traffic accident in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on Sunday was identified Tuesday as Michael Washburn, 41, according to police.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller said Monday that wait times for Nevada veterans who have filed benefit claims with the Veterans Administration have improved significantly but remain one of the longest in the nation.
A bill banning gifts from lobbyists to Nevada lawmakers and imposing tougher campaign reporting requirements was approved Monday by a Senate committee.
A Nevada bid to send a representative along when members of Congress visit Yucca Mountain this week was turned down on Monday by organizers who said there was no room on the nuclear waste site tour.
A man who barricaded himself for hours inside a Laughlin hotel room on Monday surrendered to Las Vegas police without incident.
A controversial bill that would allow people with concealed weapons permits to carry their guns on Nevada college campuses won approval in the Assembly on Monday and now goes to the Senate.
Lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle and transportation leaders from the federal government and two states gathered on a breezy bluff overlooking a four-lane highway bottleneck near the newly reopened Hoover Dam Lodge for a historic groundbreaking for the first section of Interstate 11.
Vandals chose Easter to deface most — if not all — of the six churches in Incline Village, church leaders of the Northern Nevada town said Sunday.
It’s not too early to stard handicapping the field in the 2016 U.S. Senate race.
Las Vegas police are searching for a missing member of the U.S Air Force at Mount Charleston.
State child welfare agencies had faced large finanical penalties after a 2009 report citing major problems.
The stepfather of the victim in a high-profile child murder case in Bullhead City is going to the Arizona Department of Corrections for unrelated convictions.
Sponsors of the bill in Carson City say outrage and a boycott call following passage of a similar law in Indiana have dampened their desire for legislation seen by many as enabling discrimination.
The opening of Nevada’s first medical marijuana dispensaries suffered another setback Wednesday — though perhaps a short one — when a state committee delayed adoption of pesticide rules.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday played down any notion that Nevada might suffer much from a loss of political power when U.S. Sen. Harry Reid retires.
Las Vegas police believe a body that was recovered Wednesday in Lake Mohave may be the teen boy who jumped off a 20-foot cliff to help another swimmer that went missing, an official said.
Nevada Republicans are a lot like the Donner Party; without someone as juicy as Harry Reid to pick on, they wind up eating their own.
Plenty of people might run for retiring U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s Senate seat, but not former U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., or the senator’s son, Rory Reid.
A hang gliding instructor killed along with an 11-year-old boy in a crash near Jean on Friday did not have a permit to operate on the federal land where the aircraft went down, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
An official with the Department of Veterans Affairs who drew the ire of two Nevada members of Congress is departing as director of the Reno regional benefits office, the department confirmed Tuesday.
A little-known driving force for the often gruff and impolitic Harry Reid is his 60-year love affair with his wife.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority is about to launch the next phase of a 12-year building binge expected to last until 2020 and cost almost $1.5 billion.