With nearly $1 billion more at their disposal over the next two years, Nevada lawmakers are likely to devote much of the next four months looking at how to allocate that windfall to the two largest categories of state government spending: education and health care.
Pasqual Urrabazo and his wife, Norma, both of whom minister to the Spanish-speaking portion of the congregation at the nondenominational “multi-cultural” International Church of Las Vegas, are “called to stand” with the president.
A teacher at a private boarding school in Amargosa Valley has been arrested on a child abuse charge, and an investigation has revealed that the school’s water is contaminated with arsenic.
Federal regulators have renewed their threats to step in and finish an emergency Colorado River drought agreement that appeared to be wrapped up on Thursday.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Thursday night that police are conducting a child abuse investigation at a private boarding school for at-risk teenagers in Amargosa Valley.
The Nevada Department of Transportation on Thursday approved Gov. Steve Sisolak’s recommendation of Kristina Swallow to lead the agency.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has determined the cause of a fatal rollover crash Sunday morning near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Nevada police are investigating a high school fight that sent a 16-year-old boy to a Salt Lake City hospital with significant injuries.
A man was fatally shot by a security guard and a Nye County deputy on Monday after driving through the Nevada National Security Site’s main gate, but there’s no body-worn camera footage of the shooting because of federal regulations, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday.
Dozens of homeless assistance programs in Nevada will receive nearly $15 million in federal grants, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Wednesday.