Deputies responded to the National 9 Motel in Tonpah at approximately 10:25 p.m., where a woman was said to have been stabbed in the parking lot, police said.
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Boutique distilleries that tout “grain to glass” spirits want to be able to sell more bottles directly to consumers, a move opposed by distributors who say allowing too many direct sales would upset Nevada’s wholesale and taxing protections.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is planning two public hearings in Nevada this fall as it freshens up an environmental study of groundwater at Yucca Mountain.
Two motorcycle riders were injured during a crash that included two other vehicles on Interstate 15 near Moapa Sunday afternoon, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
About 30 Nevada contractors met with Gov. Brian Sandoval in mid-February wanting to know what’s going on with Tesla Motors’ $5 billion Gigafactory, where they said their construction work had come to a halt.
A man is calling Henderson residents to demand money in the name of NV Energy, police warn. “These are outright scams,” the release said.
A Kingman, Ariz., man pointing a BB gun at a policeman was shot and killed in Kingman late Wednesday night, according to authorities.
A 70-year-old man was killed in a two-vehicle collision in the northwest Arizona community of Golden Valley on Wednesday.
Police are investigating new allegations against Tonopah High School Principal Alvin Eiseman, who faces charges related to inappropriately touching students, according to the Nye County Sheriff’s Office.
The Department of Energy has moved to end speculation over the future of Yucca Mountain, telling Congress there are no plans in the works to put the once-proposed radioactive waste site to new use.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada said Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s refusal to allow the Senate to vote on a nuclear deal with Iran left him “no choice” but to sign the provocative message that Republicans delivered to the Middle East power this week.
Red Rock Academy, a state-sanctioned juvenile correctional facility in Clark County, has reportedly been closed because of compliance issues the state has declined to detail.
A bill introduced Tuesday by four members of Congres from Nevada would give the state new veto power over storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain.
A woman who aided in a northwest Arizona prison break that led to the 2010 slaying of a vacationing couple in New Mexico said Monday she was too scared at the time to have stopped the violence.
A principal with the Nye County School District was arrested after a student said he touched her breast. Deputies with the Nye County Sheriff’s Office investigated Tonopah High School Principal Alvin L. Eiseman, 57. Two girls said the principal touched them inappropriately, according to police.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will speak at March 28 dinner in Carson City.
A new solar power plant in Central Nevada has changed its operation after more than 100 birds were scorched by concentrated sunlight. But project officials insist that solar plants kill far fewer birds than other man-made hazards.
The director of the Nevada Transportation Department will lobby against a bill that would increase speed limits on the state’s rural highways.
A Mesquite man died over the weekend after the vehicle he was driving crashed in the Arizona Strip, according to the Mohave County sheriff’s office.
The Sheldon Adelson primary continues apace, but it looks like Jeb Bush might have been at the wrong place at the wrong time when he visited Las Vegas on March 2.
RTC reported the intersection blocked about 9:43 a.m. The roads were back open by 11 a.m.
Whether standing up for black Americans or recounting the latest boom town excitement, Thomas Detter’s ride through Nevada history is well worth remembering.
A woman who spent more than 30 years in prison was cleared of murder charges Friday when prosecutors in Reno announced they will not pursue a retrial, basing their decision on new DNA evidence that shows she did not commit the crime.