Work by the Reno office that processes disability claims from Nevada veterans was riddled with errors on the most challenging cases, according to an audit released Tuesday that also said it found management flaws at the center.
The Nevada U.S. attorney’s office is hosting a symposium in Las Vegas Wednesday on the rise in cybercrime across the nation.
Eugene Paslov, who served as Nevada state superintendent of public instruction from 1985 to 1994, died Sunday at the age of 80.
The humble Humboldt River may not be much to look at, but it has traced a colorful narrative arc through Nevada’s history.
Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Monday that Mike Willden, currently the director of the state Department of Health and Human Services, will be his new chief of staff starting June 16.
Before going on a shooting rampage that left five people dead, including two Las Vegas police officers and themselves, Jared and Amanda Miller displayed the classic ideological leanings of the anti-government patriot movement, according to nationally known experts who track extremist groups.
A Minnesota man was sentenced to probation Monday in connection with preventing his ex-girlfriend from leaving a Mesquite motel for six months.
WASHINGTON – Las Vegas federal public defender Richard Boulware on Monday cleared a U.S. Senate test vote to become a U.S. District Judge in Nevada.
Although Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is assured of re-election this year, the stakes are still high for the state’s Republican leader in Tuesday’s primary.