Burning Man organizers say they won’t challenge the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s plans to cap their attendance at current levels.
Nevada State College in Henderson will expand its teaching program with a new 65,000-square-foot building that will break ground by year’s end, according to officials.
Nevada Army Guard Sgt. 1st Class David Gallagher was remembered as fit, courageous and dedicated at a memorial service Friday at the Clark County Armory.
Proposed temporary storage sites for nuclear waste around the country have aroused local opposition, which is putting pressure on Congress to resume building the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site in Nevada.
Nevada’s Board of Examiners Thursday approved a $25 million settlement in a lawsuit that might have cost the state hundreds of millions if it had gone to trial.
After 25 years living under the shadow of one of the nation’s most notorious murder cases, O.J. Simpson says his life has entered a phase he calls the “no negative zone.”
A Nevada Army National Guard soldier with the Las Vegas-based First Squadron, 221st Cavalry Regiment, died late Tuesday during an exercise in California.
While fighting a Democratic plan to stave off a scheduled decrease in the payroll tax, Republicans were also offering to vote for an increase in the state sales tax.
Republicans have introduced a last-minute bill to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21.
The close of the biennial session of the Nevada Legislature is near: Here are some signs to watch for as the final day winds down in Carson City.