December 16, 2010 - 7:15 pm
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Twenty of the more than 100 train cars were classified as carrying hazardous material, rail operator Norfolk Southern said.
Republican lawmakers on Sunday said the Biden administration gave Beijing an intelligence opening by not downing a suspected spy balloon in American airspace.
Anna Scott, a member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, was killed one year ago. Her family is still waiting for answers.
Leaders from both parties said education was a top priority as lawmakers gather in Carson City for the 82nd biennial legislative session.
A United Airlines flight headed from Chicago to Las Vegas made an unplanned stop in Nebraska on Saturday after the pilot reported engine problems.
State Sen. Jeff Stone plans to introduce a bill this legislative session that would impose more severe penalties for reckless driving that results in substantial bodily harm or death.
The injured hockey player, wife seek protection under Chapter 7 bankruptcy from creditors.
The United States on Saturday downed a suspected Chinese spy balloon off the Carolina coast after it traversed sensitive military sites across North America.
The reconfiguring would have South Carolina hold its primary on Feb. 3, followed three days later by New Hampshire and Nevada.
Saturday night’s $700 million Powerball jackpot drawing is the 10th largest in U.S. lottery history.