Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proclaimed Thursday that the United States could become the “clean energy superpower” of the world if the nation and states such as Nevada lead in developing renewable energy sources from solar, wind and geothermal power.
The Venetian chocolate shop based in San Francisco celebrates its grand opening Saturday.
The tip of the second man’s finger was severed during a scuffle on Nov. 24, when both were placed in holding cell No. 2 on the first floor of the downtown Las Vegas jail.
Gov. Steve Sisolak Thursday talked about reforming state boards, getting more independence in the marijuana testing business and adopting a more holistic approach to dealing with homelessness in a wide-ranging interview reflecting on his first year in office.
The schools have put off hiring faculty and adviser positions after a budget error earlier this year left Nevada colleges unable to cover cost-of-living raises for workers.
Defenseman Nate Schmidt didn’t give an inch to speedy Mathew Barzal in overtime of the Golden Knights’ 3-2 loss to the New York Islanders on Thursday.
Metropolitan police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who carried out a robbery at a business on the Las Vegas Boulevard Strip in November.
A motorist fled from police, then crashed their vehicle into a light pole near Cheyenne Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard early Friday.
Authorities say an active shooter and three other people are dead after he opened fire on multiple people Friday at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. Eleven people were shot.
The unemployment rate declined to 3.5% in October, matching a half-century low, the Labor Department reported Friday. And wages rose a solid 3.1% in November compared with a year ago.