The idea got a frosty reception in rural Nevada, but U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada says he intends to keep pushing for the withdrawal of 805,100 acres of federal land in Lincoln and Nye counties.
Henderson police are investigating a body found Sunday in a drainage ditch near Boulder Highway and Galleria Drive, a city spokesman said.
When Chris DeWitt began restoring the historic narrow-gauge Glenbrook locomotive for the state railroad museum in the capital city, little did he know that it was going to be a 30-plus-year labor of love.
A man was hospitalized following an apartment fire in the southeast valley on Sunday, the Clark County Fire Department said.
Child advocates want to see long overdue change come out of the Blue Ribbon committee that’s examining Clark County’s child welfare system and courts. But the committee may need more time to accomplish that.
A program of cash awards for state employees who come up with ways to save taxpayer money has turned out to be an ordeal rather than a positive experience for Nevada Department of Health and Human Services analyst Theron Huntamer.
One Bob might push a controversial and dragged-out $200 million stadium deal across the finish line on Wednesday The other Bob has been the deal’s loudest opponent.
The big names set to decide Nevada’s biggest issues will sit down next month for a legislative panel discussion co-hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The holidays are supposed to be filled with good cheer, but for some it can be tough to smile. On Nov. 20, the Southwest Medical Associates Lifestyle Center-West hosted a Holly Daze open house to discuss combating seasonal affective disorder, or what some refer to as a depressive state known as “the holiday blues.”
Charles Cushinery isn’t just one of 10 finalists nationwide for the GRAMMY Music Educator Award. The Clark High School orchestra teacher and music department coordinator is a finalist for the second time.