Southern Nevadans are only at the beginning of the influenza season with no indication of how severe the season might become, a public health spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Patients who were exposed to unsafe injection practices at some health care facilities in Southern Nevada can make a claim for negligence even though they have so far tested negative for hepatitis C or other illnesses, the Nevada Supreme Court said Wednesday.
Ousted Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks, the first person ever expelled from the Legislature, was the man behind the hundreds of trees made available on the morning of Christmas Eve and he was happy to do it.
From giants in the casino industry such as Jackie Gaughan to the last lady Munchkin, Las Vegas bid adieu to many prominent and noteworthy men and women in 2014.
Las Vegas celebrates the arrival of the new year better than most cities and part of the fun is turning Las Vegas Boulevard into pedestrians only. That’s why there are gates on the Strip’s major cross streets at the Boulevard.
Mesquite’s Megaplex Stadium theater was packed for a Christmas afternoon showing of Sony’s controversial film “The Interview.”
Nevada Board of Regents leaders indicated Wednesday that they won’t be looking into allegations that the Nevada System of Higher Education plagiarized a think tank’s report.
President Barack Obama last week signed legislation that designates more than 10,000 acres between Nellis Air Force Base and Apex as the Nellis Dunes Off-Highway-Vehicle Recreation Area. It also conveys 1,211 acres within the recreation area to Clark County to turn into a park for off-road enthusiasts.
People often compare laws to sausages, as in it’s best not to see how they’re made. But U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Monday he was proud of the way the sausage got made when it came to creation of Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument at the northern edge of the Las Vegas Valley.
U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei of Nevada and U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell have a pretty lively feud going over the sage grouse.