New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report says state’s amphetamine death rate could soon eclipse its prescription opioid death rate if current trends continue.
Lilah Kellermeier died Nov. 22 from abusive head trauma, the Clark County coroner ruled Friday. She died at University Medical Center, where she was admitted Nov. 19 after tests done at another hospital revealed a brain bleed and a possible skull fracture.
The minimum wage for Nevada employees who are offered qualified health benefits from their employers will remain at $7.25 per hour and the minimum wage for employees who are not offered qualified health benefits will remain $8.25 per hour, Nevada’s Office of Labor Commissioner announced Friday.
The flawed installation of fences intended to protect the Mojave Desert Tortoise from highway traffic cost taxpayers more than $700,000 to correct, and faulty culvert drainage killed one of the protected animals, a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation found.
Arguments for a new trial for a former Air Force technical sergeant convicted of involuntary manslaughter are speculative, state prosecutors wrote in an opposing motion filed Monday.
One of the world’s most notorious gangs has been tied to 10 brutal killings over the past year in Clark County, but one expert said MS-13’s violent attacks are usually targeted.
U.S. Highway 95 is open in both directions after a reported suspicious item near the entrance to Creech Air Force Base Tuesday afternoon was deemed safe.
Tech employment in the United States expanded by nearly 200,000 jobs in 2017 to 11.5 million workers, according to a Tuesday report by technology industry association CompTIA.
A March survey found that 80 percent of state departments of transportation around the country — including Nevada — are using unmanned aircraft systems.
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency says the remains of Pvt. John M. Tillman of Reno will be returned to his family for burial on April 6 in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu.