The damage amount was “zero dollars” because “the fire was contained to a trash dumpster connected to the trash chute.” No one was injured and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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Henderson wants to hear from its residents about what they think should be the city’s long-term goals. On Monday, the city unveiled a new survey to gather that input.
An attorney representing a Nevada prison inmate who was denied a special diet he had requested as a practicing Thelemist asked the Supreme Court on Monday to reverse a lower court order rejecting his legal claim.
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Peter Long, a veteran of state government, was named Monday as administrator of the Division of Human Resource Management.
Concerned about continued deterioration of drought-stricken rangeland in Nevada, the BLM’s state director wants to round up 4,000 wild horses in Elko County — more mustangs than were gathered across 10 Western states combined last year.
The Nevada Supreme Court again has suspended defense lawyer Mitchell Posin for professional misconduct.
An oceanographer will soon take the helm at Nevada’s Desert Research Institute, quelling long-simmering fears that the organization might be taken over by the state’s universities.
The judge overseeing the trial of a Georgia man accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son in a hot SUV to die agreed Monday that the trial should be moved because of pretrial publicity.
North Las Vegas has completed the fourth phase of a project to clear up traffic congestion.
Nevada Supreme Court justices asked pointed questions Monday on whether an effort to repeal the state’s new business tax is legally sound to proceed in the signature gathering process.
A golden lion statue was found Monday morning, a day after it was stolen from an art installation on Decatur Boulevard and Flamingo Road.
Benjamin Anderson Soyars III, 37, of Las Vegas, was the instructor pilot who was killed when a single-engine, stunt-ride airplane crashed Saturday near Jean, the Clark County coroner’s office said Monday.
Federal prosecutors are defending their push for secrecy in the criminal case tied to the 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement near Bunkerville.
Jerry Sandusky will appear in court on Monday as his lawyers seek to persuade a judge to give the former Penn State assistant football coach an opportunity to argue for a new trial after his 2012 conviction on child sexual abuse charges.
The first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years crossed the Florida Straits from Miami and docked in Havana on Monday, restarting commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility.
Seattle police used pepper spray to disperse black-clad anti-capitalist protesters authorities say threw rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at officers during a rowdy May Day gathering.
Regional economic development officials thought Nickerson Neb. was the perfect spot for a chicken processing plant that would liven up the 400-person town with 1,100 jobs.
The Southwest, Hawaii and Alaska face an above-average threat of wildfires this summer, but most of the country should see normal or below-normal problems, forecasters said Sunday.
The F-15E Strike Eagle has been flying for the Air Force since 1988, two years after Capt. Madison Gilbert was born.
Officials warned Washington D.C. area residents to brace for a potentially slow commute Monday after a CSX freight train derailed near a Metro stop, sending 15 cars off the tracks and spilling hazardous material.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus bid farewell to its performing elephants on Sunday, as the show closed its own chapter on a practice that has entertained audiences in America for two centuries but has come under fire by animal rights activists.
A Sunday morning house fire near Spring Valley caused $200,000 in damages.
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