Her husband praises her for her efforts to improve the lives of Nevadans, ticking off issues she works on including prescription drug abuse, homelessness, various programs for school children, and mental health. Yet she is rarely recognized for it. By her own choice.
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A teenager connected to an early Monday shooting that left a 16-year-old boy dead has spoken with detectives, according North Las Vegas police.
Pet wholesalers, breeders, zoos, circuses and laboratories that use animals in research would be required to develop and report plans to shield or evacuate the creatures during emergencies under a bill that was reintroduced Monday.
The younger sister of Colorado movie massacre gunman James Holmes testified at his trial for the first time on Monday, telling jurors who will decide his fate that the murders were completely out of character, and she still loves him.
A Texas father whose 2-year-old daughter died after she was left strapped in the back of an SUV as temperatures soared to 98 degrees Fahrenheit was arrested on Monday and charged with child abandonment, police said.
Frustrated by what they call arbitrary actions by Clark County officials that have delayed their opening, the owners of a medical marijuana dispensary are considering legal action.
A man and woman who admitted being too high on methamphetamines to rescue three toddlers killed in a Las Vegas mobile home fire were sentenced Monday to 10 to 30 years in prison.
Chris Froome became a double Tour de France champion Sunday and even his fiercest critics would concede it was a deserved victory for the British cyclist. It all added up to an intriguing Tour, with a series of lessons to be learned for both organizers and riders.
A bill intended to make it easier for families to apply for college financial aid has been reintroduced in Congress.
Donald Trump's so-far durable support in the Republican race for the presidential nomination rests largely on widespread dissatisfaction with Washington and his criticism of immigration policies.
Friends, family and even complete strangers of two women killed in last week's movie theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, will gather Monday for their funerals.
The search for two missing 14-year-old boys from South Florida whose empty boat was found adrift in the Atlantic Ocean has been extended north beyond Jacksonville, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Monday.
San Francisco city officials are implementing a new "pee-proof" paint around the city to combat the persistent problem of public urination.
President Barack Obama is marching Israelis to "the door of the oven" by agreeing to the Iran nuclear deal, Mike Huckabee said Sunday.
The county prosecutor investigating the death of a black woman at a Texas jail days after her arrest during a traffic stop said on Monday outside attorneys will help with the probe, which likely will go to a county grand jury in August.
The Las Vegas police department has identified the three officers who were involved in a fatal shootout Saturday.
Cuba, Kenya and Saudi Arabia are doing better at fighting human trafficking. Egypt, Ghana and Bulgaria are doing worse.
"Every state should strengthen their laws," Jindal said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation." "Absolutely, in this instance, this man never should have been able to buy a gun."
Nevada Connections Academy plans information sessions in Henderson
Southbound lanes will be restricted on the Strip as work proceeds this week at the Bellagio, where a stage is being built for a Kabuki show on the lake in front of the hotel-casino.
A spokesman for Hillary Clinton said Saturday that the former secretary of state will publicly testify before the House special committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks.
A 48-year-old motorcyclist who was thrown from his bike in the western valley Sunday night has died, Las Vegas police said.
With his retirement next year, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s days as a Capitol Hill power broker might be numbered. But on the fundraising trail the Nevadan evidently still can rake it in from Democratic special interests.