A man was found dead inside an apartment early Saturday night from possible gunshot wounds, Las Vegas police said.
Federal land managers have concluded a roundup of wild horses in Northern Nevada with the removal of some 200 more mustangs from the range than planned, citing the animals’ poor body condition and risk of starvation, but the move drew criticism from a mustang support group.
John McDonald, who mentored Las Vegas children through sports and had a sports complex named in his honor, has died.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is using the low-grade rivalry between Las Vegas and Atlantic City to encourage lawmakers to pass a bill that could expand the state’s online gambling market nationwide.
Nevada’s casino industry posted its third straight annual gaming revenue increase in 2012 as the industry continues its modest recovery amid a sluggish economy.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid is challenging the U.S. Postal Service's move to halt Saturday delivery of first-class mail, saying that is a decision for Congress to make, and not the agency.
North Las Vegas Mayor Shari Buck and Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick clashed Thursday after the mayor said the state must be fair and give her city $25.8 million a year in additional state taxes.
With fiscal cliff budget cuts looming a few weeks away, Air Force leaders said Thursday they will probably cancel upcoming Red Flag air combat training exercises at Nellis Air Force Base and ground the Thunderbirds demonstration team if Congress and the White House don't agree on a solution to the nation's $16 trillion debt.
In a show of solidarity with state employees, all 63 state legislators voted Wednesday to reduce their own pay by 4.8 percent, or about $421 during the legislative session scheduled to end June 3.
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval is proposing using alternative tax revenues to support more than $50 million in general obligation bonds the state wants to issue to pay for significant infrastructure improvements.