Nevada Assembly candidate Gary Fisher made a choice not to respond to anonymous and apparently illegal mailers and phone calls that resurrected his past battling drugs and alcohol, and it might have cost him a primary election win.
Philanthropist, education advocate and media pioneer Jim Rogers, 75, died Saturday night following a lengthy battle with cancer.
A new Nevada law aimed at mentally ill offenders who keep tying up the criminal justice system because they won’t stay on their medications isn’t being used for those considered too noncompliant, and a Clark County judge and deputy public defender are fighting back.
The city of Henderson is taking a different path toward licensing medical marijuana facilities, letting the state decide who is best qualified to operate dispensaries before applicants go before the City Council.
One more big hearing is coming to Las Vegas on three options for the Interstate 11 project’s corridor through the Las Vegas Valley.
Jim Rogers, the former chancellor of Nevada’s university system and owner of KSNV-DT, died on Saturday, according to a report from KSNV. Rogers had been battling cancer.
A suspect in the deaths of two people near Reno died after exchanging gunfire with law officers following a high-speed chase Friday night, authorities said.
Allegiant Air said a flight from Las Vegas to Missoula, Mont., was diverted after a light warned of a problem with the plane’s hydraulic system.
Nevada hikers and bikers seek a little federal help for the American Discovery Trail, a coast-to-coast trail stretches 496 miles through Nevada from Baker to Incline Village, goes over 10,000- and 12,000-foot mountain summits, through thick stands of aspen, crosses paths of elk herds and mountain lions and along the shore of Lake Tahoe.