Through March 31, the “Joining Forces” law enforcement team statewide will be issuing citations to pedestrians and motorists who are breaking traffic safety laws, the Nevada Highway Patrol announced.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry appeared before a Senate panel Tuesday where he laid out his department’s $30 billion budget that includes $120 million to revive licensing of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository plus implement interim storage at other sites.
Valley Electric Association is set to host a “Vietnam Veteran Welcome Home” event with Vegas PBS and Kiwanis International.
Two people were hospitalized after two separate vehicle collisions last week.
The newest addition to the Metropolitan Police Department’s helicopter fleet was used in the Saturday night Gold Butte rescue, and Federal Aviation Administration records show that it is the only one of its kind in Nevada.
The future of snowpack and water resources in the American West now has another variable in the equation for water managers – humidity, which can actually increase snowmelt even on a cloudy day.
Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club’s commercial development got the green light on its final map by the Nye County Commission.
The federal Drug Enforcement Administration is warning the public about criminals posing as DEA Special Agents or other law enforcement personnel as part of an international extortion scheme.
Tax-related identity theft practice is still widespread and remains serious enough to earn a spot on the IRS’ annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams.