Albertsons officials say their 10 stores in Wyoming were hacked in June and July, but they have not determined whether any cardholder data was stolen. Albertsons stores in Southern California, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and southern Utah also experienced data breaches.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has informed states that Medicaid will now cover autism services under Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment coverage, expanding access to programs for families in need.
Isabella Grogan-Cannella, the missing 8-year-old girl who was found in a shallow grave less than a mile from her Bullhead City, Ariz. home, was strangled to death, the Mohave County medical examiner announced Friday.
An employee at a Reno science museum has been placed on leave after firefighters concluded her error during a tornado demonstration led to a flash fire that injured 13 people.
A Kingman, Ariz., man who used his Cadillac to run over and kill another Kingman man in November 2011 was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday.
Shortly before 8-year-old Isabella Grogan-Cannella was reported missing Tuesday, she was playing hide-and-seek with the family friend now charged in her disappearance and death.
The state’s public college campuses plan to continue to ban pot even as Nevada is moving toward opening its first medical marijuana dispensaries early next year, the Board of Regents indicated Thursday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will ask state lawmakers next week to approve a deal to bring a Tesla battery plant to Nevada that will result in essentially no taxes being collected from the electric car manufacturer for nearly a decade.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proclaimed Thursday that the United States could become the “clean energy superpower” of the world if the nation and states such as Nevada lead in developing renewable energy sources from solar, wind and geothermal power.