While Secretary of State Ross Miller on Wednesday called an ethics complaint against him “silly,” his office has nevertheless modified the agency’s website to remove his photo and other information from an online election portal for overseas voters to participate in the Nov. 4 general election.
New taxes could be on the horizon in downtown Las Vegas, but only if some area business owners feel like paying them.
Las Vegas has one more attraction for its 40 million visitors: an annual hemp festival. The event will be held at the Clark County Government Center on Saturday.
Unity in medical care and research would greatly benefit the state, according to a new non-profit organization called Nevada Medical Center, which has received a $1 million donation to work toward better health care.
An already busy bear season has exploded in the Sierra Nevada with 10 hungry bruins captured in a single day this week near Reno and Lake Tahoe as drought continues to make food scarce.
A former Las Vegas police detective has been charged with committing fraud while he investigated financial crimes. Scott Friedman was indicted by a federal grand jury last month in an investment scheme authorities say defrauded longtime cardiologist Tali Arik of $1.2 million.
Southbound Interstate 15 is closed at Tropicana Avenue for a police investigation. A bomb-detecting robot was unloaded from a fire department truck just before 3:30 p.m.
North Las Vegas police can add 13 to its 262 officers with a $1.6 million federal grant.
Bob Brown, president of the Opportunity Village Foundation in Las Vegas, was appointed Thursday to the federal panel that evaluates laws and policies that affect disabled people.
A former California schoolteacher sentenced to death by a jury in 2010 for killing his wife in a Las Vegas hotel room had his conviction and sentence upheld Thursday by the Nevada Supreme Court.