Nevadans and Americans are expected to spend more on Halloween this year than in any year prior, according to projections released by groups representing retailers.
KPVM Pahrump, Channel 25.1 is expanding into Clark County news with a new studio on Water Street in Henderson, President and CEO Vernon Van Winkle confirmed Wednesday.
Gov. Steve Sisolak, in an interview at the governor’s mansion in Carson City, said he prays daily for guidance in handling the COVID pandemic.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske has told Attorney General Aaron Ford in a letter the state constitution doesn’t allow for petitions to be withdrawn.
A Saturday memorial ceremony in Las Vegas honored the service of longtime Nevada Army National Guard leader Bob Herbert, who was also an aide to then-Sen. Harry Reid. Herbert died Sept 24.
The fourth annual 1 October Sunrise Remembrance ceremony was held on Friday at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater in downtown Las Vegas.
After a tour at Sunshine Minting in Henderson, Gov. Steve Sisolak said he supports efforts to bring more manufacturing jobs to Nevada.
John Dabritz, 67, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Tuesday for the ambush shooting last year of Jenkins near Ely.
“She tried so hard to have that baby, and she never even knew it was born. Never got to hold her,” Vena Foster said about her sister, Kimmie Pavone, who was 35.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is experiencing a mass exodus of troopers in 2021, according to the union that represents them.
The state unemployment rate of 7.7. percent in August matched the rate in July, leading the country for the second straight month, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Fire investigators say the pre-dawn blaze that burned the historic lodge to the ground was accidental, but weren’t able to pinpoint an ignition source.
Former Nevada Democratic Congressman James Bilbray has died at 83, officials said Sunday.
The A-frame building that has long been a favored escape from the heat for Las Vegas locals replaced the previous lodge, which was destroyed by fire in 1961.
The passage of key legislation funding infrastructure should help the mining industry thrive, panelists agreed during the Monday kickoff address of the MINExpo trade show in Las Vegas.