Six months before he was elected to the Clark County School Board in 2014, District D Trustee Kevin Child’s issues with the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors culminated in a temporary protection order.
A national economic development expert argues that Nevada shouldn’t have helped Amazon build a fulfillment center in North Las Vegas, which is slated to open next summer.
One man is dead Monday night after his car collided with a semitruck on Interstate 15 near Mesquite, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
The city of Las Vegas is now drawing 100 percent of its power from renewable energy sources, a goal officials have been working toward for the better part of a decade.
In contrast to controversy over alleged Russian interference with national vote, Nevada voters reported only isolated cases of electioneering and equipment failures, they say in final review.
Two years ago, Kaysee Nitta was enveloped in a 20-foot-tall wall of fire that burned 90 percent of her body. For months, she had pain so intense she needed to sing through it to cope.
A southwest valley house fire displaced five adults Monday afternoon.
Law enforcement authorities are discussing whether to investigate allegations that suspended probate lawyer Robert Graham stole millions of dollars from clients before abruptly abandoning his law practice, District Attorney Steve Wolfson said Monday.
Nevada officials shut down the state’s online registration system for medical marijuana cards Thursday while they investigate a “problem” with the web portal, according to a state spokeswoman.
Three people were arrested in Las Vegas in connection with a November homicide in a Dallas hotel, The Dallas Morning News reported Monday.