Nevada Highway Patrol troopers will ditch their blue uniforms Tuesday as the agency completes a two-year transition to gray uniforms that began Jan. 1, 2017.
Nevada’s Burning Man counter-culture festival has inspired spin-off events around the world that are now being studied by Swiss government anthropologists and sociologists.
Among the many Nevada newsmakers who died in 2018 were a former Nevada governor and U.S. senator, a celebrity columnist and TV host known for bidding his viewers “Champagne wishes and caviar dreams” at the end of his show and the namesake of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
Drivers should expect bumper-to-bumper traffic Saturday afternoon near the state line when trying to enter or leave California.
Las Vegas defense attorney Alexis Plunkett threatened to have her former boyfriend killed behind bars, prosecutors said in court papers filed Friday urging a judge to revoke her bail.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ improbable run to the Stanley Cup Final and the team’s impact on the community was the top local story in 2018, but it was hardly the only big news of the year.
Cash payments. Drinks and airfare. Government contracts. All ingredients of a good scandal. But in the case of Nevada’s State Public Charter School Authority, there’s more behind allegations of misconduct than meets the eye.
He was Steven John Howard of Pahrump, according to the agency. He was pronounced dead at Desert View Hospital in Pahrump.
Federal officials have informed organizers of the Burning Man counter-culture festival in Nevada that they left too much trash behind after the 2018 event.
An adult living in Southern Nevada imported the area’s first measles case since 2015, the Southern Nevada Health District said in an emailed statement Thursday.