A crowd of about 300 people cheered and Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” played as the room slowly dimmed. Twenty-four women made their way to a runway stage in the middle of the Conference Center of Las Vegas last Sunday evening.
A draft environmental assessment obtained by foes would allow leases on all of the nearly 54,000 acres requested by an oil and gas developer but with restrictions that would force horizontal drilling from neighboring BLM land.
Two Western states’ lawmakers have filed legislation that would establish a specific Internet agency to streamline management of federal broadband services to help rural customers and small businesses.
July was the hottest month in Reno in 125 years of record-keeping, the National Weather Service said Wednesday.
Public comments are being sought on street and freeway improvements across the state, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Clark County coroner’s office says mix of four drugs killed the popular chronicler of the paranormal in his home in Pahrump on April 13.
A 34-year-old Reno man was arrested on suspicion of arson Tuesday involving a wildfire that has burned more than 68 square miles near Pyramid Lake.
The state agency that administers Medicaid announced this summer that it would soon limit patients to three therapy sessions before requiring them to obtain pre-approval for continuing treatment.
A grand jury in California handed up an indictment of David Paule, 47, of Indian Springs on Tuesday charging him with three counts of threatening a federal official.