Brookings Mountain West issued a statement late Tuesday expressing its desire to move past a plagiarism dispute with the Nevada System of Higher Education and Chancellor Dan Klaich.
Clark County commissioners might make decisions Monday about medical marijuana dispensary applicants who haven’t received a special use permit from the county that’s needed to set up shop.
Lifting the United States’ lifetime ban on blood donations by gay and bisexual men came as bittersweet news to some Southern Nevadans because there’s a caveat: Regulators will recommend those potential donors remain celibate for a year before they give.
Las Vegas police identified the man who was arrested following several Tuesday morning robberies and a barricade that closed a busy intersection for several hours.
The historic Westside Grammar School — Las Vegas’ first public school that was the first attended by Native American students from the Paiute Indian Colony and the first to welcome African-American students into its classrooms in the 1940s — is getting a renovation and redevelopment boost.
After attacking his father in a drunken rage Sunday, Las Vegas police said, a man told an officer he wanted to die.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and the federal government announced Tuesday they have reached an agreement giving the state a stronger voice over radioactive waste shipped into Nevada and buried in a landfill at the government’s national security reservation.
A crew of miners and drillers at an open-pit gold mine in White Pine County spent an unscheduled night at the office Sunday when a section of the mine’s wall collapsed, burying their only route out of the pit.
Locals looking for New Year’s Eve festivities need not venture onto the Strip. View staff members compiled a list of plenty of activities throughout the Las Vegas Valley for revelers hoping to avoid the crowds of tourists.
A Cirque du Soleil performer is doing well following an injury during The Beatles “Love” show finale Monday night, a show spokeswoman said.