Among federal funding cutbacks that affect the state’s military is one that lops the Nevada Army National Guard’s funeral team in half — from eight full-time soldiers to four — during the fiscal year that begins Saturday.
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A year of Russian airstrikes on areas outside government control in Syria have killed more than 9,000 people, displaced tens of thousands and caused widespread destruction, an opposition monitoring group said Friday.
Two people were arrested and some Ohio schools were closed Friday amid a rash of reported threats involving clowns against students in three suburban Cincinnati districts.
Liridon Poliku, the American-born son of Albanian immigrants, wanted to be an EMT since he was 11. Now he is, thanks to the Pathway to Paramedic program.
A North Las Vegas man who was found dead in a car in August died from an accidental overdose, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
A Nevada Supreme Court commission called Thursday for sweeping reforms of the state’s guardianship system to better protect the elderly and infirm.
Nevada has joined three other states to file a lawsuit to prevent the federal government from transferring internet oversight from U.S. control to an international organization.
It’s been speculated that payday loan stores have a specific business target: low-income, minority neighborhoods and other at-risk groups.
A team of explorers say they’ve found the world’s deepest underwater cave, located at least 404 meters (1,325 feet) down a limestone formation in…
Kevin Knoke has the largest pool table delivery business in Las Vegas. He always dreamed of being an entrepreneur.