Republican Michelle Fiore announced her plans to run at a news conference in Las Vegas.
Brutus, a 3-year-old English Bulldog was the winner of the Nevada Appeal’s 2021 Carson’s Cutest Canines contest. Brutus won a gift package valued at $750 from Benson’s Feed and Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital. Picture from left are Jim Benson, owner Benson’s Feed, Margie Quirk, owner Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital, Brutus with owner Deanina Renfrow of Carson City and friend Christian Koepsell. Brutus won the contest on nevadaappeal.com over more than 250 other entries. More than 2,500 votes were cast.
After being locked down for a year and a half, the Nevada Capitol is once again open to the public.
“I am so proud of the pressure we're getting after the quarterback,” Pack coach Jay Norvell said.
Community voting on the Dolan Auto Group Class Project ends Thursday.
The William N. Pennington Foundation recently granted $543,898 for renovations of the no-cost lodging.
Health Insurance open enrollment began on Friday, Oct. 15 for those on Medicare. Open enrollment, for those age 64 and under, begins on Nov. 1.
Vice President Kamala Harris stood before the record-low water levels of Lake Mead and made the case for the Biden administration's climate change agenda.
Tofi is a two-year-old Labrador from Hungary, serving as the first therapy dog for Juvenile Services. The sheriff’s office originally purchased her as a school district drug dog, but she was too mellow for the job.
Tahoe Prosperity Center says study underscores need to diversify Tahoe's economy.
Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published Oct. 16, 2021
Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 34-17 victory over the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.