The Las Vegas Bowl is getting later, larger and more lavish.
The language in the bill banning bump stocks is still too vague. Red flag laws are a violation of due process. That’s according to Don Turner, president of the Nevada Firearms Coalition.
A 56-year-old man suspected of trying to dig up “precious metals” on Ted Binion’s former property in Pahrump has been arrested, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority wants to take billions of gallons of water that doesn’t exist from Eastern Nevada via a pipeline that would cost ratepayers $15 billion. Doing so would devastate the wildlife and people who live there. That’s according to Kyle Roerink, executive director of the Great Basin Water Network, which opposes the pipeline.
A man who was shot by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Tuesday on Mount Charleston was identified Friday as 23-year-old Richard Henderson of North Las Vegas.
Developer Joel Laub, who plans to turn the replica Old West town into a luxury housing development, closed his purchase of the property on Tuesday, county records show.
New gun laws from Carson City are going to make life harder for the wrong people.
A positive picture is being etched out for a local business that opened its doors near the end of 2018.
A former security guard for the Nevada National Security Site filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against a government security contractor Monday.
The Nature Conservancy closed on its latest acquisition Wednesday: a working, 900-acre cattle ranch at the headwaters of the Amargosa River that could one day become a living laboratory for the coexistence of conservation and commerce.
The Nevada Highway Patrol released dashcam and body-worn camera footage from a crash that injured a trooper over the weekend in the northwest Las Vegas Valley.
A plan will move forward to build 20 high-end homes on the site of a replica Old West town nestled at the foot of Red Rock Canyon west of Las Vegas.
The Federal Reserve looked recently at Nevada’s pension system. The results are terrifying. It found that Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System has an unfunded liability of $43.3 billion in 2016.
There is now an opportunity for those who are financially able, to literally live like a king and it’s roughly a three-hour drive from Pahrump in the county of Esmeralda.
Assembly Republican leader Jim Wheeler has an unusual strategy for being in the minority: preemptive surrender.