The state’s expansion of Medicaid in 2014 gave hundreds of thousands of low-income and disabled Nevadans medical insurance, but it also plunged the state into the center of the battle over spiraling health-care costs.
New leader of the Nevada System of Higher Education plans to hit the ground running after starting work on Monday.
The attorney and law firm that received a retainer worth up to $500,000 from Clark County commissioners last month have donated thousands to the election campaigns of those same officials, state records show.
Police have asked for the public’s help finding a man who went missing Friday morning in Las Vegas.
The Flowers family is headed to Utah — specifically, Park City — as soon as Brandon sells his famous estate in Las Vegas’ Rancho Circle historic district.
The Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas, held at the Rio, started Wednesday and ends Sunday. This year’s highlights include first looks at “Star Trek: Discovery,” the latest “Star Trek” series, and a celebration of the 30th anniversary of “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man who was shot Thursday evening at an east valley apartment complex.
Dancers celebrated their ancestors during the Japanese Buddhist Obon Festival held Saturday at Clark High School, where a crowd of attendees watched and joined in the dance, ate traditional Japanese food and perused crafts for sale.
Downtown Las Vegas was First — with First Friday, that is.
A body has been recovered from a Las Vegas wash, the Clark County coroner’s office said Saturday.