Military veterans die of suicide at a far higher rate than their civilian counterparts, but Las Vegas is one of eight cities at the forefront of an effort to change that.
Nevada emergency officials say they continue to fight a wildfire that has threatened about 100 homes near Reno.
An unidentified inmate in a Pahrump private detention center died Friday after an “incident” in a secured cell, prompting a lockdown in part of the facility.
A Nevada judge said Friday she expects next week to finish hearing a case involving dozens of companies that lost bids to open new retail pot stores asking her to stop the state from licensing more marijuana businesses.
Air Force Staff Sgt. Kenneth DeLongchamp received the Airman’s Medal on Friday, one of just a few to receive the award for nonservice-related action.
Maj. Gen. Charles Corcoran, who has served in senior posts in Washington and overseas, replaces Maj. Gen. Peter Gersten, who was relieved of duty last month.
Campaigns for 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and others share their staffing levels and goals leading up to Nevada’s early caucus in February.
About 500,000 people are signing up on Facebook to find out what goes on at Area 51 in Nevada.
Southbound Interstate 15 traffic near Primm came to a halt early Friday afternoon during two helicopter landings for medical emergencies on either side of the border, officials said.
A woman is suing on behalf of her children after their father was killed in a plane crash that she says was the Federal Aviation Administration’s fault.
The man who Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies think was crushed to death by his Jeep during the July 4 earthquake died an accidental death.
Troy Ray, who is believed to possibly be the first fatality in one of two back-to-back earthquakes, loved working on cars at his rural Pahrump Valley property, his sister said Wednesday.
Creech Air Force Base is warning the public not to trespass onto its firing range complex on Lee Canyon Road.
One person was killed and others were injured after a July 4 explosion involving “unsanctioned” fireworks on the Moapa River Indian Reservation.
NV Energy now has the ability to shut off power to Mount Charleston to reduce the risk of wildfires.