New commemorative plaque, letter from Gov. Sandoval aimed at ensuring that state’s namesake battleship and crew continue “inspiring sailors for as long as there is a United States Navy.”
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“I’m not sure we have gained an awful lot from that experience,” says survivor Lenoard Nielsen, 94, of Las Vegas.
Nevada’s newly elected congressional delegation was in Washington this week where members blended into the most ethnically diverse freshman class in history and prepared for legislative issues to be dealt with early next year.
If a loved one is suffering from suicidal thoughts, one of the first things to do is remove guns from the home.
Enlisted airmen at Nellis Air Force Base picked up Christmas trees for their families after 10:30 a.m. Friday as part of the annual Christmas SPIRIT Foundation’s Trees for Troops Program.
A discussion and subsequent call for a vote surrounding a decrease in enhanced funding at the state’s community colleges caused one education official to accuse the Nevada Board of Regents of violating the state’s open meeting law Friday.
Treasurer Dan Schwartz responds to reassuring remarks by Sandoval, North Las Vegas major with statement calling their defense of Chinese-backed electric car project a “charade.
State elections officials confirm petition to automatically register motorists to vote unless they opt out surpassed required number of signatures.
The number of active registered voters in Nevada reached a record in November, topping 1.5 million, Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske said Thursday.
A recount of ballots in select precincts from five Nevada counties sought by a last-place presidential contender will not automatically trigger a statewide recount, a state election official said Wednesday.