Police say 44-year-old Anthony Craig threatened a postal worker with a large knife and demanded cash the day after he was released from a prison near Stockton, California.
State officials are hoping to land Nevada in one of five guaranteed spots in a federal drone program.
Condemned killer Scott Dozier, urging his own execution, was back in front of a judge on Tuesday for the first time since he was supposed to die.
It took nearly the entirety of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s two terms as Nevada’s governor, but the state has finally paid off a nearly $800 million debt to the federal government.
Two national monuments in Nevada have been spared from dramatic downsizing, but Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke confirmed Tuesday that he wants to see some land carved from Gold Butte in northeastern Clark County.
When Gov. Brian Sandoval goes looking for solitude once he’s term-limited out of office next year, there’s a chance you’ll see him at Walker River State Recreation Area, one of three new facilities being preserved that in the future will attract millions of tourists from all over the world.
The events are in support of undocumented residents brought to the country as children and temporary protected status holders from Central America.
The Big Bend Water District Board of Trustees voted to raise rates by about 9.4 percent a year for each for the next four years.
Police say a Nevada woman was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after she drove down a highway the wrong way, danced atop her SUV and attempted to flee from officers on a kid’s scooter.
Raked by ferocious Santa Ana winds, explosive wildfires northwest of Los Angeles and in the city’s foothills burned a psychiatric hospital and scores of other structures Tuesday and forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people.