A House bill stripped $116 million requested by President Trump to get a license to build the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, 90 miles north of Las Vegas.
The parcels were bought by the park service for $224,600 from the Mojave Desert Land Trust, a California nonprofit that buys land for conservation purposes.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and legislative Democrats are advancing a two-pronged plan to add money to schools: First, use a 10 percent excise tax on recreational marijuana sales, and second, authorize county governments to raise the local sales tax.
Authorities say an ore-hauling truck driver from Colorado died after the vehicle he was driving overturned at an open-pit mine in Eureka County.
A debate in the Nevada Legislature over a proposed Office of New Americans turned into an argument over immigration policies on Monday.
From the iconic “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign to pristine Lake Tahoe, it’s safe to say Nevada is not lacking in scenery to capture the perfect photo.
Volunteers plan to return to an 80-year-old youth camp in northeast Nevada to begin a $1 million rebuilding effort after a wildfire destroyed the lodge and most of the cabins.
Police in Reno say a teenage is dead after crashing his mini-bike into a car.
Death Valley National Park has released its final plan for managing the remote Saline Valley hot springs and the naked regulars who like to soak in them.
17 Nevada students received $2,500 scholarships among the roughly 15,000 finalists in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program competition.
Instead of revising the entire resource management plan for Clark County and southern Nye County, Bureau of Land Management officials will use “smaller, focused RMP amendments” to address land-use issues.
Democratic state lawmakers got a legal opinion that could let them pass a budget without bipartisan support, but Republicans say they’ll sue if Democrats try to do so.
All computer services at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles were restored Thursday morning after an hours-long shutdown due to a software issue.
A yearlong $6.4 million roadwork project on Interstate 15 between Las Vegas and Utah will result in wide-load restrictions and lane closures.
Through April, crash fatalities on Nevada roads are down 15 percent, going from 99 in April 2018 to 84 this year, the Nevada Department of Public Safety reported.