The crash happened just after 2:15 p.m. Wednesday. A red Dodge Ram pickup pulling a trailer was heading north on the two-lane highway when it crossed into the southbound lane for unknown reasons and slammed into an oncoming green Mitsubishi Montero.
The head-on crash happened just after 2:15 p.m., according to Nevada Highway Patrol. All six people involved in the crash were wearing seat belts. Impairment is not suspected.
A multi-colored mountain range set against a wide-open, light blue sky will serve as the state’s new standard-issue license plate, bearing the phrase “Home Means Nevada.”
Moped owners are required to pay a one-time registration fee beginning Nov. 1 that won’t require annual renewals, the Department of Motor Vehicles said Wednesday.
McCarran International, North Las Vegas, Boulder City and Battle Mountain airports will receive federal grants that will go toward studies aimed at improving their airfields, Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Wednesday.
Airport screening agents confiscated a plastic handgun produced with a 3-D printer from a man’s carry-on luggage last week at a Nevada airport.
A boy is dead after a Wednesday morning crash about 20 miles south of the Nevada-California state line.
Getting replacement license plates under a new Nevada law that takes effect July 1 won’t require a dreaded trip to a Department of Motor Vehicles office.
One of the two people killed Friday morning in a crash on state Route 164 near Searchlight has been identified as Robert Smith, 43, of El Monte, California.
The Regional Transportation Commission is reporting the Sloan on-ramp at Interstate 15 is has reopened after it was closed for just less than an hour Friday because of a crash.