A federal appeals court in San Francisco Monday heard arguments to overturn Harvey Whittemore’s conviction for breaking campaign contributions laws.
Clark County and the Service Employees International Union, its largest employee group, have been unable to negotiate a contract and are on the path toward binding arbitration.
Additional triage beds for the mentally ill in Southern Nevada will open by Nov. 1, according to Richard Steinberg, president and chief executive officer of the WestCare Foundation.
Much like when he was on the run from police, ex-MMA fighter War Machine can’t seem to keep his mouth shut, even from jail.
A state review of four Nevada youth facilities has identified numerous concerns with a secure correctional center for male youths operated by Rite of Passage in Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas drug dealer was sentenced to 15 years in prison and five years of supervised release Monday, according to the Nevada U.S. attorney’s office.
The Army Corps of Engineers will start clearing trees and vegetation on Thursday in preparation for constructing a flood control berm project and diversion channel to protect the Rainbow community on Mount Charleston.
Authorities have found the rental car that had been driven by a California woman found dead last month in a remote, rugged part of Nye County.
The most important structure ever built in Nevada is barely in Nevada at all. As large as it is, the entirety of Hoover Dam — the power plant, spillways, support structures and the dam itself — covers less than one square mile, and roughly half of that is in Arizona.
CARSON CITY – A legislative audit of the state Supreme Court has generated a separation of powers-based disagreement over a recommendation that the court use a competitive bidding process when goods and services are procured.