A bill that would make the names of marijuana business owners public in Nevada cleared the state Assembly Tuesday, and now heads to the governor’s desk where it is expected to be signed.
Public Defender John Arrascada told a judge Monday he has filed motions to dismiss four of the charges filed against 20-year-old Wilber Ernesto Martinez-Guzman in a 10-count indictment last month.
The National Park Service is set to reopen a portion of Great Basin National Park closed by fire almost three years ago.
A bill from state Democrats that would roll back changes made to Nevada’s prevailing wage laws by Republicans in 2015 was approved by state Assembly Tuesday on a party-line vote.
A 1-year-old girl from Ely was fatally attacked by a dog in Henderson seven years to the day after a 1-year-old boy was killed by a dog in Henderson.
Tensions ran high at the Valley Electric Association’s annual meeting Saturday, with members accusing the board of hiding finances and ignoring concerns before the meeting was quickly adjourned.
The family of a Nevada man killed in a small plane crash in 2016 is seeking more than $6.5 million in damages from the Federal Aviation Administration in a lawsuit accusing air traffic controllers of negligence during his attempted landing at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
A Canadian company is moving ahead with plans to reopen a gold mine in the heart of California’s Castle Mountains National Monument, just across the state line from Searchlight.
Specialty license plates are a big hit in Nevada and various charities benefit from many of the plates mounted to vehicles statewide.
Authorities are encouraging people to clean out their medicine cabinets and dispose of unwanted or expired medication.