Nevada’s dramatic drops in negative home equity slowed in the third quarter. California research firm RealtyTrac reported Wednesday that 31 percent of Nevadans with mortgages had loans that were “seriously” higher than their home values in the quarter that ended Sept. 30.
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The lawyer for a 73-year-old Northern Nevada man charged with murder in the shooting of an unarmed trespasser says he’s ready to go to trial and anxious to prove he was acting in self-defense.
Delamar was deadly. Named after the town’s chief gold mine owner, the late-1800s mining community became better known in Lincoln County as “the widow maker.”
The high stakes battle over a measure that would impose a tax on large Nevada businesses to fund public education has shattered all records for a ballot issue, with opponents to Question 3 reporting nearly $2.5 million in contributions since June.
Republican Mark Hutchison raised more than $1 million for his campaign for lieutenant governor during the latest fundraising period, putting the total donated to him so far in the race at a record eye-popping $2.4 million, or nearly four times more than his Democratic foe.
The outgoing superintendent of the Washoe County School District says he doesn’t believe school police should be armed with military-style assault weapons.
One of the pilots killed when two planes collided Sunday in Northern Nevada has been identified, the Lyon County Sheriff’s office said. Tyler Adams, 28, from Corvallis, Ore., and the pilot from the second plane died when their airplanes crashed into each other in midair.
The State Transportation Board on Monday unanimously approved a $70 million design-build project for State Highway 439, also known as USA Parkway east of Reno in Storey and Lyon counties.
Two aircraft collided over the Nevada desert Sunday, sending them crashing near a dry lake bed and killing both pilots, authorities said.
A man was hospitalized after jumping into a hot spring on the Northern Nevada desert to rescue a dog.
The Log Cabin Republicans of Nevada, an organization that represents gay conservatives that backs equal rights, challenges same-sex marriage licenses that it says were issued too early in Nevada.
The lone banks in two small rural Nevada towns are closing, and residents and merchants wonder how they will get by without them.
A Nevada panel has granted tax breaks to Amazon.com for its new distribution center in Reno.
Northern Nevada’s fish were certainly affected but on the whole appear to have weathered a third summer of drought without any serious crash in population.
After years — perhaps a lifetime — in cushy captivity, desert tortoise No. 6349 spent his first five minutes of freedom hunched motionless under a bush in a rocky dry wash 40 miles southwest of Las Vegas.
A license to marry for same-sex couples finishes what Nevada’s domestic partnership law left undone more than a decade ago.
Friday’s face-off between attorney general candidates Adam Laxalt and Ross Miller seemed more like a no-holds-barred boxing match than a debate with each contender landing a few low blows while accusing one another of running dishonest campaigns.
A motorcycle rider is in critical condition Friday after a crash on Interstate 15 near Moapa, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Nevada faces a shortage of mental health workers, but some of the barriers contributing to the scarcity of professionals could be eliminated during the 2015 legislative session, according to a study released Thursday by the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities.
Nevada officials are revising the use of force policy at the Nevada Youth Training Center and dropping a reference to the “hobbling” technique.
Clark County granted its first same-sex marriage license just after 5 p.m. Thursday, ending days of legal wrangling and waiting for gay and lesbian couples across Nevada.
In late July, country music fans gather at the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Yerington, set up camp, mingle at the Full Moon Saloon, buy food from local vendors and then settle under the stars for two nights of music.
Nevada’s population could end up growing by more than 290,000 from 2000 to 2020, the Nevada State Demographer’s Office at the University of Nevada, Reno, reported Wednesday.