Thirteen employees out of a total of about 30 working at the 24/7 shelter and resource center for the homeless have been terminated and replaced since January.
The Republican posted a video of himself on Twitter Monday showing his expert moves with the martial arts weapons he says he pulled out of storage.
The floatplanes collided under unknown circumstances, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer said.
A 42-year-old man became Henderson’s seventh traffic death of 2019 after crashing his motorcycle early Monday, police said.
Eighteen Holocaust survivors received honorary doctorates of humane letters during Touro University Nevada’s Spring Commencement 2019 ceremony on Monday.
Police say 23-year-old Ty Martin allegedly left the infant unattended in a car for up to an hour Saturday while visiting a friend.
A debate in the Nevada Legislature over a proposed Office of New Americans turned into an argument over immigration policies on Monday.
Kraft’s attorneys argued during a recent hearing aimed at throwing out the recordings that detectives lied to a judge to obtain the warrant.
China raised tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. imports Monday and President Donald Trump responded with a series of salvos on Twitter that warned China that as Beijing retaliates, the trade war will only get worse.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection started accepting applications Monday for a judgeship left open by the retirement of Douglas Smith.