Fireworks are never legal on Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service land, but officials with both agencies are advising campers to take extra precautions this Fourth of July weekend.
Wild horse advocates have dropped a lawsuit challenging roundups at a wildlife refuge on the Nevada-California line after federal officials severed ties with a contractor the critics claimed was allowing some mustangs that were gathered to be sold for slaughter.
The Washoe County School District police chief said he was taken off guard and hurt when he was let go last week.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said Tuesday he will continue to push for immigration reform, focusing on efforts to better secure the border and to protect from deportation young illegal immigrants raised in the United States.
A power outage in the southeast valley that left 766 NV Energy customers without electricity was fully restored as of 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Nevada’s 2015 legislative session might still be seven months away, but a list of bill draft requests made public Tuesday offers a glimpse into some of the issues on the minds of state lawmakers.