A Nevada judge has scheduled a hearing next month on a bid by prosecutors to set an execution date for a man convicted of walking into a Las Vegas supermarket with a shotgun and shooting five people, killing four, in 1999.
The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance system is back up and running.
A U.S. Senate subcommittee focused on travel and tourism has met for the first time to discuss ways to help the industry recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nevada DMV is warning the public to avoid scams involving DMV appointments for sale.
Nevada’s coronavirus Task Force was told Wednesday that one of the six cases of a serious reaction to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine happened in Nevada.
With the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on hold, the two Mobile Vaccination Units in Nevada have been switched to the Pfizer vaccine.
Gov. Steve Sisolak Tuesday approved every business in every county in the state to be open at 100 percent capacity by June 1.
The Nevada Assembly voted Tuesday to abolish the death penalty.
The Board of Examiners on Tuesday awarded more than $1 million to a man wrongfully convicted of murder.
Nevada suspended use of Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines on Tuesday while federal authorities investigate reports of people experiencing serious reactions including blood clots.
A desert city built on a reputation for excess and indulgence wants to become a model for restraint and conservation with a first-in-the-nation policy banning grass that nobody walks on.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a crash involving a vehicle that fatally struck a pedestrian Friday night at the corner of U.S. Highway 50 (Williams Avenue) and Whitaker Lane.
Dr. Mark Riddle of the UNR school of medicine said Monday there is growing evidence that not only do vaccines reduce infections and serious illness from the virus, but that they reduce transmission of the illness.
Fernley resident and fantasy writer KD Julicher has a sharp imagination and an unusual fondness for semicolons.
At least 55 Nevada prison inmates have died after contracting COVID-19 during the pandemic that began more than a year ago, according to a newspaper report.