A painting featuring Nevada dignitaries enacting a pivotal moment in state history is being publicly unveiled next month as part of the Silver State’s sesquicentennial celebration to raise money for preservation projects on the historic Comstock.
United States Submarine Veterans Las Vegas Base 51 wants to boost its membership by adding submarine-qualified veterans to its rost
Cresent Hardy, the Republican candidate for the 4th Congressional District, got temporarily tarnished by a misquote from a Mesquite newspaper.
A motorcyclist died Sunday evening after a crash in Red Rock National Conservation Area, Las Vegas police said.
A northeast valley fire left more than two dozen dogs dead Sunday evening, North Las Vegas Fire Department officials reported.
As fall descends on the Great Basin, hunters are fanning out across Nevada in hopes of bagging a bird that could soon find itself on the endangered species list.
Nevada’s state and federal lawmakers have been working to bring medical marijuana researcher Dr. Sue Sisley to the university to conduct a pilot study on the safety and efficacy of marijuana on veterans with chronic and treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder.
Translators understand the need for their services in the halls of justice. Recently, 20 Spanish interpreters signed a petition requesting a pay structure that “reflects both the expertise required and the increased cost of living.”
A person was stabbed several times after a “large fight” broke out early Sunday morning at the Suncoast, Las Vegas police said.
State Sen. Barbara Cegavske, who’s running for secretary of state, says she supports a voter ID law for Nevada, although she says the one proposed by Secretary of State Ross Miller was too costly.