Nevada families can get a boost in saving for college by applying to the Silver State Matching Grant program now through July 31.
The state of Nevada is reconsidering a proposal to find private owners for nearly 3,000 free-roaming horses under state jurisdiction after no one offered to assume ownership of the mustangs that are at the center of a legal battle.
According to a new report, the median student loan debt in Nevada is $14,218 — a debt load that’s greater than that of only two other states.
One person was critically injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash Friday night on Interstate 15 south of Moapa, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The body was spotted in the area of Mummy Spring, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Bill Pates said, adding Metro’s search and rescue team is on the scene.
A Nevada business is one of 14 in the U.S. to receive approval to operate drones for commercial use further than ever before.
The National Park Service is celebrating National Park Week by waiving fees at all National Park Service sites across the country, including parks in and near Southern Nevada.
A top official from the Southern Nevada Water Authority is calling on states that rely on the Colorado River to resolve their differences before the growing dispute derails decades of cooperation on the river.
Brothels in two Nevada counties are facing an uncertain future as referendum petition drives get underway to repeal ordinances that allow their existence.