Electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc is recruiting for material handlers, product excellence inspectors, skilled technicians and production associates among other positions, to work in its Gigafactory in Sparks.
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The Nevada attorney general’s office is intensifying efforts to fight financial fraud and protect the elderly and vulnerable citizens from exploitation.
A district judge Thursday morning denied an emergency motion to postpone the enforcement of a Nevada law implementing new sex offender registration requirements.
The campaign of U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., is attacking Democratic rival Ruben Kihuen for an email solicitation that Kihuen’s campaign sent to supporters last week for campaign donations.
The city of Reno has agreed to pay nearly $23,000 to settle an excessive force lawsuit against an officer accused of assaulting a man during a traffic stop.
Nevada will receive $11.5 million in federal homeland security grants to guard against possible terrorism and natural disasters U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Wednesday.
An Arizona tattoo artist pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges in the Oregon’s ranching standoff case. Brian Cavalier, a bodyguard for standoff leader Ammon Bundy and his father Cliven Bundy, pleaded guilty to conspiracy and possessing a gun in a federal facility. Cavalier admitted in federal court in Portland that he conspired with others to impede Interior Department employees from doing their jobs at the refuge near Burns.
The Bureau of Land Management is offering a $1,000 reward for information resulting in the arrest of the party responsible for breaking a glass window and door, damaging siding, and overturning a temporary restroom at Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area on the June 13.
The Nevada Supreme Court will have to revisit a decision it made last year about search-and-seizure rules in a case stemming from the arrest of a California man in Elko, Nevada state Attorney General Adam Laxalt said.
The U.S. Forest Service reported Tuesday that the Lovell Canyon fire had spread to 445 acres, but as of 4:15 p.m. it had been 95 percent contained, according to a tweet from Humboldt Toiyabe.
A judge Thursday will consider an emergency motion filed by lawyers for 17 unnamed plaintiffs seeking to once again put the brakes on a Nevada law implementing new sex offender registration requirements.
The California teenager killed in a weekend collision on the Colorado River in Bullhead City, Arizona, has been identified as Guadalupe Rodriguez of San Bernardino.
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta abruptly announced Monday that she is retiring more than two years before her second term is up.
Getting replacement license plates under a new Nevada law that takes effect July 1 won’t require a dreaded trip to a Department of Motor Vehicles office.
A Northern Nevada metal foundry is blaming a disgruntled ex-employee for a video that appears to show company waste being dumped from barrels onto the ground.
A federal agency is on a path to sterilize wild horses on U.S. rangeland to slow the growth of herds — a new approach condemned by mustang advocates across the West.
Despite a sign that read, “closed for the season,” a group of nearly 15 people crossed over an orange fence Saturday morning and began hiking up the South Loop Trail at Mount Charleston.
Gays with guns don’t get bashed. That was part of Kimberly Lang’s thought-process when she bought her first gun last week.
The fire started at about noon Sunday near Lovell Canyon Road, north of State Route 160, officials said.
U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy called up Ruben Kihuen after the June 14 primary results came in to congratulate him on getting the Democratic nomination to run against him in the November election.
University Medical Center trauma unit serves a 10,000-square-mile region that includes portions of Arizona, California and Utah. It has a 96 percent survival rate for patients who arrive alive within an hour of the traumatic incident.
Most Nevada motorists will have to get new license plates every eight years under a new law that takes effect July 1.
A new tenant has taken up residence at the Governor’s Mansion in Carson City, and this one doesn’t have to worry about term limits or elections.
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