January 14, 2009 - 10:53 am
Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Hardesty suggested that Supreme Court justices not take a pay increase in light of the severe budget crunch facing the state.
Formerly an emergency response to school closures, distance learning may become a permanent fixture on Nevada’s learning landscape.
The shutdown stretched into its third day, with the Biden administration saying an “all-hands-on-deck” effort is underway to restore operations and avoid disruptions in the fuel supply.
Industry executives and state and local officals looking to get high-speed rail on track in the U.S. made their case to Congress last week.
Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV, a former Delaware governor and congressman who sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1988, has died. He was 86.
The shooting happened just after midnight in a mobile home park on the east side of Colorado Springs, police said.
China’s space agency said a core segment of its biggest rocket reentered Earth’s atmosphere above the Maldives in the Indian Ocean and most of it burned up early Sunday.
The Metropolitan Police Department has reached a $150,000 settlement with a disabled street performer whose 2019 lawsuit claimed officers violated his First Amendment rights.
Colonial Pipeline said the ransomware attack Friday affected some of its information technology systems and that the company moved “proactively” to take certain systems offline.
The Portuguese water dog was a gift to the Obamas from the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass.
Ambulances evacuated the wounded as relatives and residents screamed at authorities near the scene of the blast at Syed Al-Shahda school, in the Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood.