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Toxic cables to be pulled from Tahoe under settlement

"All of the cables are damaged and discharging lead into Lake Tahoe," the lawsuit said.

Rural Nevada residents file lawsuit against new district map

The maps split rural Nye County into three state Assembly districts.

Nevada DMV says go online Monday, not in person

The Monday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the department’s busiest day.

Task force arrests alleged sex offender in South Lake Tahoe

Gordon Golding is wanted on 43 counts of sex crimes including sexual abuse and sexual conduct with a minor.

Nevada Air Guard to deploy for overseas airlift mission

The Reno-based 152nd Airlift Wing operates C-130 Hercules aircraft.

Nevada law enforcement focuses on seat belt enforcement

Campaign will begin Wednesday and run through Monday

Nevada prisons: 76% of corrections workers had vaccine shots

49 inmates and 3 staff members have died after contracting the coronavirus.

Biden mulls reversing Trump rules on sage grouse

The species has suffered drastic declines due to oil and gas drilling, grazing, wildfires and other pressures.

Thousands of giant sequoias killed in California wildfires

Fires in Sequoia National Park and the surrounding national forest torched an estimated 2,261 to 3,637 sequoias

Non-profit: Nevada 20th in nation for highway system condition

The non-profit Reason Foundation’s annual highway report ranks Nevada’ 20th in the nation for the condition of its highway system.

Sparks Democrat Julia Ratti resigns from Nevada Senate

Ratti has represented District 13 since being appointed to the Senate in 2016.

Nevada unemployment trust fund beginning to recover

At the start of the pandemic, that fund had about $2 billion in it.

Nevada judge hears testimony on firing squad execution

Zane Michael Floyd's lawyers are required to offer an alternate method of execution.

Nevada says COVID-19 boosters now available to all adults

State health officials said COVID-19 vaccine booster shots are now available for all Nevada adults.

Democrat Aaron Sims enters State Senate District 16 race

Aaron Sims said Friday he will run for State Senate District 16, representing Carson City. Sims, a Democrat, ran for Carson City mayor in 2020.

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