A proposed 9 p.m. curfew for underage people along Fremont Street could be in place by Friday if the City Council upholds a vote Tuesday by its recommending committee.
The Silver State Health Insurance Exchange launched Tuesday morning to a few small bugs, but also to solid call-in and website volumes.
The California Department of Public Health’s investigation determined there was no violation of state or federal regulations by Napa State Hospital in the case involving Amanda Brandes, 26. Family members contend Brandes was transported out of state and dumped at University Medical Center in Las Vegas without their knowledge.
Breast-cancer technology is getting faster and more precise. Where mammograms were once cold and painful, they are now more comfortable and more accurate. Where treatment used to take 30 minutes a day for a period of six weeks, it now takes a 90 seconds and only one week.
Mary Ann Hoban’s fight against cancer was seemingly over from the start. The 83-year-old was given little hope to survive. But a drug trial changed all that, and she is making a remarkable recovery.
Las Vegas police Capt. Larry Burns will run for Clark County sheriff, he told the Review-Journal Tuesday.
With $5 million to invest, it’s not the largest venture program, but Nevada economic development officials expect the Battle Born Venture Program to serve as a vehicle to mobilize private investment in startup companies statewide.
A 19-year-old man charged with killing a woman during a botched purse snatching was ordered held without bail by a Las Vegas judge on Tuesday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has picked Dallas Haun, president and chief executive of Nevada State Bank, to a new UNLV stadium board that will study the viability of building a stadium/entertainment center on campus.
Red Rock Search and Rescue won Tuesday a free AmbuBus kit, used to transport multiple patients at one time, through a Facebook contest by the manufacturer.