All Las Vegas-area middle and high school students can return to classrooms for hybrid in-person instruction in phases rolled out after the youngest pupils go back to campuses next week, school administrators said Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto released a video Wednesday announcing that she's seeking reelection in 2022.
New air traffic patterns are going into effect in Southern Nevada as part of a switch to satellite navigational guides in what the Federal Aviation Administration calls its "NextGen" modernization to improve efficiency and safety.
Reports of new coronavirus cases in Nevada continued to decline Wednesday, with the state's two-week rolling rate of tests coming back positive dropping to a level not seen since late October.
Classic vehicle license plates issued by the state Department of Motor Vehicles allow vehicle owners to bypass annual smog checks required in Clark and Washoe counties.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., has reintroduced her legislation from the last Congress that will promote education and training for workers in in-demand industries.
The positivity rate for virus tests and the average number of new cases continue to decline in Nevada.
Health officials in Nevada on Sunday reported 301 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and four more deaths.
A Georgia man faces a possible life sentence after being busted in Las Vegas with more than 74 pounds of meth in a trailer.
Dr. René Cantú, executive director of the state’s Jobs for Nevada’s Graduates program, says COVID-19 has prompted the Silver State’s educators to pivot in ways this past year they never had to before, and it’s a success to celebrate.
The total premiums to pay for state worker retirement costs will increase a half percent in the coming biennium.
Nevada is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit filed more than a month after the November election that claims voter rolls are rife with ineligible names and that noncitizens cast ballots.
More and more of Nevada’s jobless are moving into the final category of unemployment benefits each week as they exhaust available benefits in the first two programs.
COVID-19 numbers continue to improve across Nevada with fewer daily cases and fewer positive tests.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday heard arguments for legislation that would make it a lot harder for police to get a no-knock warrant allowing them to essentially break into a defendant’s residence without warning.