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.
The Goldstrike Canyon and White Rock Canyon trails will be closed from May 15 until Sept. 30 under seasonal restrictions.
Gribbin’s death marks the fifth traffic fatality investigated this year by Henderson police.
They were selected based on their academic success, community service and leadership skills.
Shocked and saddened lawmakers eulogized Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson Monday as they grappled with pushing into the final weeks of the 2019 session without a beloved colleague.
A former Reno detective who says he’s prejudiced in favor of the death penalty is among the 19 prospective jurors dismissed from a panel that will decide whether a murder convict who’s been on death row for 34 years should serve life in prison instead.
Facing one of the worst affordable housing shortages in the country, Nevada lawmakers are hoping the 2019 Legislature can mark a turning point.
Center for Biological Diversity says it will seek federal endangered species protection for the white-margined beardtongue in an effort to block Clark County plan to open roughly 40,000 acres of federal land to development.
Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson, a champion for education and homelessness initiatives, died Saturday morning in Carson City. The North Las Vegas lawmaker took ill in the capital midweek. He was 51.
Washoe and Clark County school districts say that even with the extra money the governor has added to the budget, they’d be running a deficit for next school year if they paid it. Here’s why.
1. Years of abuse, neglect go unchecked at Amargosa Valley boarding school T housands of records examined by the Las Vegas Review-Journal show a yearslong history of abuse and neglect allegations at Northwest Academy, a private boarding school for at-risk youth. Yet divisions within the Department of Health and Human Services, which licensed the Amargosa […]