Nevada state Sen. Justin Jones and challenger Becky Harris have a record of widely contrasting views on gay marriage, which became even more clear after the Oct. 7 federal court ruling tossing out the state’s same-sex marriage ban.
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A man was sentenced Thursday to 7 to 20 years in prison in connection with a North Las Vegas crash on Halloween night 2013 that left a 17-year-old mother dead.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday said the state’s implied consent law, which permits law enforcement officials to force a motorist to submit to a blood test to determine impairment, is unconstitutional.
Health officials are investigating whether a potent virus that has infected hundreds of children nationwide killed a 6-year-old boy in Arizona, officials said on Wednesday, adding that it would take more than a week to get an answer.
The rush to vote in Clark County before Election Day starts Saturday.
What looks like a mini space shuttle, can fly itself for millions of miles and goes by the name X-37B?
Washoe County health officials have conducted their first Ebola screening of a person who was on a flight with a patient who had the virus but released the individual after determining there was no health risk.
Despite opposition from prosecutors, a federal judge Thursday ordered the release of a Phoenix woman charged with throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a speech in Las Vegas.
Empty, abandoned news racks located off the Strip might be in for scrutiny. Clark County officials are considering a measure that would allow the county to impound news racks that sit empty for days on end.
Animal rights activists rallied outside a Nevada courthouse Thursday before a judge scheduled another hearing next month for a 24-year-old man accused of beheading and dismembering several dogs.
A section of Interstate 15 north of Las Vegas is ready for traffic again after suffering damage during a late-September flash flood.
A judge set bail Thursday at $200,000 each for a man and woman accused in an attack on a 64-year-old school crossing guard.
A judge set bail at $250,000 Thursday for a 73-year-old man authorities said shot a lawyer inside the state Department of Administration’s Hearings Division building.
A young boy suffered a head injury and a driver was arrested Thursday morning after a truck hit a pedestrian in northwest Las Vegas, Las Vegas police said.
A northeast Las Vegas mobile home was destroyed in a blaze early Thursday morning, the Clark County Fire Department said.
Brandon “The Havoc” Harris is an undefeated professional boxer. “I came up with the name myself because I destroy everything that gets in front of me when I’m fighting,” he said. Outside the ring he’s “the nicest guy … always laughing and cracking jokes.” He shares the art of boxing at the Henderson Multigenerational Center.
One hundred years ago, Nevada women won the right to vote, six years before the 19th Amendment guaranteed that right for all American women.
The family of a homeless street preacher who died in a Denver county jail was awarded $4.6 million on Tuesday by a federal jury who found five sheriff’s deputies used excessive force to subdue the U.S. Army veteran.
The Rebel Reading Challenge event launched at the Thomas & Mack Center at UNLV in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014.
Nevada tribes will receive $4.8 million, split between water quality projects and broader environmental programs from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
WASHINGTON — Three weeks before Election Day, Rep. Joe Heck has broadened his financial advantage over challenger Erin Bilbray in the race to represent a portion of Southern Nevada in Congress.
Without notifying trustees, Clark County School District officials stamped School Board President Erin Cranor’s signature on a six-figure check that got her dropped from a lawsuit alleging she went rogue to cut short a health consultant’s contract with the district.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff is investigating actor Stephen Collins, former “7th Heaven” star, on an allegation of indecent exposure or molesting a teenage girl three decades ago, the department said on Wednesday.