A convicted sex offender from Las Vegas has been arrested in southern New Mexico near the border for having fraudulent immigration documents.
The next time fighter jets take off from Nellis Air Force Base for a Red Flag air combat exercise there will be fewer would-be “bad guys” to battle.
Imagine you are 16 and the doctors tell you that you’re slowly going blind. That you have retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative eye disease that inevitably causes severe vision impairment, and that there is nothing they can do about it. What would you do?
A 28-year-old man has been sentenced to 20 years to life in prison for what prosecutors call the road-rage death of a teenager in Carson City.
Washoe County School Board member Dave Aiazzi said he has been diagnosed with leukemia and will resign from the board by the end of September, but added that it has nothing to do with Superintendent Pedro Martinez’s firing and reinstatement.
The Southern Nevada Teen Pregnancy Coalition’s annual forum, held at North Las Vegas City Hall, sought to get community leaders engaged in reducing the rate of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
The Clark County Republican Party has filed a complaint with the Nevada secretary of state’s office alleging that Assembly District 34 candidate Meghan Smith, a Democrat, did not comply with state residency requirements and so is ineligible to run for the open seat.
Las Vegas police identified 16 victims of sex trafficking, eight of them minors, during operations for the “National Day of Johns Arrests” sting.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday announced that starting Monday, Mari Nakashima St. Martin will join his office as communications director. St. Martin currently serves as communications director with Sandoval’s re-election campaign.
Volunteers joined Nevada wildlife officials this week in a rescue mission to save thousands of stranded trout and other fish from irrigation ditches that have been cut off from Truckee River water supplies due to drought in the Reno area.