Hundreds of people were feeling lucky Thursday as they waited for a chance to buy tickets in Primm for what is expected to be the second largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.
The Silver State Health Insurance Exchange ads will show young adults having accidents — like walking into a fountain while staring at a cell phone — and grappling with the financial consequences of being without insurance.
A university-owned nuclear reactor in Arkansas is being contained after cleanup efforts and readied for transport to the Nevada National Security Site where it will be disposed.
Nevada brothel owner and state Assembly candidate Dennis Hof has died, according to the Nye County Sheriff’s Office. He was 72.
An Adolf Hitler costume worn to a community Halloween event in Boulder City by the son of aClark County teacher raised an uproar that spread far beyond the confines of the “Best City By A Dam Site.”
Using airlifted supplies, a crew is closing the entries to 42 abandoned mines scattered throughout Gold Butte National Monument, plugging some and grating others to allow wildlife to use them as shelters.
McDermitt High School football coach Richard Egan wants players from the tiny school straddling the Nevada-Oregon border to take away more than just athletic skills from their time as Bulldogs. He said he strives to impart lessons they can carry throughout their lives.
The San Francisco-based Burning Man organization is opening a year-round, satellite office in Reno to better support operations in the northern Nevada desert that hosts the annual counterculture festival.
Construction will close sections of the Historic Railroad Trail in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area for about a month starting Monday, Lake Mead officials announced Thursday.