A recount of ballots in select precincts from five Nevada counties sought by a last-place presidential contender will not automatically trigger a statewide recount, a state election official said Wednesday.
About 80 protesters parade from the state Capitol to nearby Wells Fargo bank branch.
Hillary Clinton captured state with 47.92 percent of the vote, marking only the second time in 108 years Nevadans didn’t side with the president-elect.
The Nevada Army National Guard’s “Wildhorse” 1st Squadron, 221st Cavalry Regiment — the same one that returned from a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan in 2010 — is expanding to become part of the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team in Boise, Idaho.
It would take more than a decade and cost at least $30 billion before the shuttered underground dump site at Yucca Mountain could begin accepting shipments of highly radioactive waste, according to experts on the controversial project.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said he isn’t going to abandon his longstanding opposition to creation of a high-level nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, whether or not President-elect Donald Trump or Congress renew efforts to entomb radioactive materials at the site 100 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
Free event returns to Nellis Air Force Base after cancellation of last year’s show and open house due to budget cuts under the deficit-reduction sequester law.
Dave and Michael Jackson were a military rarity: Brothers who fought side by side during the Vietnam War. This week, Dave bade his former tank mate goodbye, after his death from a rare type of cancer.
Two brothers at Bunker Elementary School cried tears of joy Thursday when their National Guardsman dad unexpectedly walked into the gym during a Veterans Day program after a nine-month deployment in the Mideast.
For first time in years, Air Force is sending a fighter jet to fly over the Fourth Street celebration.