Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo hosted a press conference on Sunday to address the recent events involving his arrest over allegations of misconduct of a public officer, telling media members assembled for the briefing, “I am innocent yesterday, I am innocent today, I am innocent tomorrow.”
There were 2,912 new coronavirus cases reported in Nevada on Saturday, along with 24 additional fatalities, state data shows.
Emotional tributes to Tony Hsieh appeared on social media after news of his death was reported late Friday night.
Arizona officials identified three suspects shot at by state troopers before they were arrested in connection with a Henderson homicide Thursday.
The process of disbursing the next round of federal benefits for jobless Nevadans is expected to last up to 10 days.
The new program addresses capacity issues and long wait times from fall to spring, the Bureau of Land Management announced in September.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo turned himself in to authorities on charges he voted on CARES Act programs while he was benefiting from them.
Settlement discussions between one of the nation’s largest wireless carriers and Nevada’s top law enforcement officer helped create a new apprenticeship program.
During a 10-hour meeting, the school board this week decided to switch to full-time distance learning for middle and high schools Dec. 2.
Nevada health officials say they are trying to reduce the density of people in any environment, balancing policy and political considerations along with data.