Proponents of a ballot measure that would remove a mining-tax cap from the Nevada constitution said the industry has a sweetheart deal that keeps it from paying its fair share, while opponents said the measure is the first step toward raising taxes and discouraging mining companies from doing business in the state.
A man arrested in connection with shooting at North Las Vegas police wanted to avenge the death of his friend, who had ties to gangs and died during a shootout with officers earlier this week, the Review-Journal has learned.
Clark County granted its first same-sex marriage license just after 5 p.m. Thursday, ending days of legal wrangling and waiting for gay and lesbian couples across Nevada.
Nevada officials are revising the use of force policy at the Nevada Youth Training Center and dropping a reference to the “hobbling” technique.
Nevada faces a shortage of mental health workers, but some of the barriers contributing to the scarcity of professionals could be eliminated during the 2015 legislative session, according to a study released Thursday by the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities.
In late July, country music fans gather at the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Yerington, set up camp, mingle at the Full Moon Saloon, buy food from local vendors and then settle under the stars for two nights of music.
Charles R. “Charlie” Waters Jr., a veteran newspaperman, died Wednesday at his home in Henderson after a battle with lung cancer. He was 66.
A judge set bail at $300,000 Thursday for a man accused of biting and severely beating a 3-year-old boy.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will continue talks with a private tour bus company wanting to use public transit stops on the Strip but made it clear Thursday that the best solution may be for it to petition the city or county for its own stops.
The much-delayed federal health care trial of Dr. Dipak Desai stemming from the hepatitis C outbreak has been put off again.