Nearly 176,000 Nevadans have already voted by mail for the upcoming presidential election, but what should you do if you did not receive your mail-in ballot?
The Nevada Department of Public Safety announced Monday that Col. Anne Carpenter has been appointed as the first woman to lead the Nevada Highway Patrol.
State health officials said people “get a level of comfort around friends or co-workers” that promotes the spread of disease. Nevada reported 582 new cases of COVID-19.
State health officials on Sunday reported 609 new coronavirus cases in Nevada, a day after recording the biggest one-day jump since mid-August.
A crowd of judges and magistrates gathered at the Lloyd D. George U.S. Courthouse on Saturday, watching as a funeral motorcade carrying the namesake of the building stopped along Las Vegas Boulevard.
In addition to federal authorities fielding election complaints, Nevadans also will be able to report problems by calling a hotline operated by a coalition called Let Nevadans Vote.
Review-Journal political editor Steve Sebelius talks with two Nevada election officials about the upcoming general election on Nov. 3.
The state’s unemployment rate in September was 12.6 percent, up 8.9 percent year over year.
Three Moapa Schools announced Friday that COVID-19 exposure has sent several individuals home with symptoms and one school will begin full-time distance learning Friday as a result.
According to Department of Health and Human Services’ data, 655 additional cases of the coronavirus were reported in Nevada on Thursday, along with seven more deaths.
Because of high COVID-19 infection rates, Nevada residents are again facing a 14-day quarantine if they go to the New York area.
Nevada Southern Detention Center on Tuesday confirmed an employee has died from “potential COVID-19 related issues,” days after news of an inmate death due to the coronavirus.