Nevada state officials and the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe worked to reintroduce desert bighorn sheep to the hills above the lake Monday, the first time since the early 1900s that they’ve been seen in the area 50 miles north of Reno.
Southern Nevada constables are crossing out of their townships to compete for lucrative process serving accounts, resulting in big salaries for some constable staff.
Seventy soldiers of the 757th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion took part in a mobilization ceremony Friday before departing to Poland and nearby Baltic countries.
Nevada law doesn’t require consulting with Native American tribes in some cases if legal construction projects turn up a burial site.
An outdoor sculpture park near Beatty, a train and bike trail in Ely and television ads to promote Nevada’s Cowboy Country are among the projects being funded.
The numbers, reflecting the first year of signups through the state’s new online marketplace, were down 7.4 percent from last year’s preliminary total of 83,600.
Looking back, retired U.S. senator Harry Reid says defending Russell Payne of Las Vegas was “the most challenging and bizarre case of my lawyer life.”
The Patient Protection Commission proposed by Gov. Steve Sisolak at the start of his term and established by the Legislature last spring now has its leadership and board.
A Sparks marijuana testing lab has been fined $70,000 for engaging in “unsound testing practices” that led to it producing inaccurate THC results, the Department of Taxation said.
The head of the Nevada dental board, who was terminated but inexplicably remains on the job, threatened to dismiss a complaint against a dentist after the patient talked about it to the Review-Journal.