The caucus will include five candidates: Ryan Binkley, Chris Christie, Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy and Donald J. Trump.
Debate is sure to continue as divisions grow between the aging hippie-types and wealthier, more technologically inclined newcomers.
The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony will focus on organizing a broad coalition to build public support for sacred places.
Care Flight-REMSA Health paused service of the Care Flight “fixed-wing aircraft” program following a medical transport plane crash Feb. 24 outside of Stagecoach.
After decades of speculation on the fate of Sahara Tahoe casino nurse Donna Lass, who was last seen Sept. 7, 1970, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office announced they have identified her remains.
BLM says current wild horse population across portions of Pershing, Humboldt, Churchill and Lander counties is more than six times what it should be.
Vice President Kamala Harris will meet with members of the powerful casino workers’ Culinary Union in Las Vegas on Jan. 3.
Kenneth Chesebro testified to a grand jury in Clark County about the plot that ultimately led to the indictments of six Nevada Republicans.
In a trend across battleground states, fake electors from 2020 have retained influence over elections heading into 2024.
Projects include resurfacing 17 miles of U.S. 50 between Silver Springs and the Leeteville junction, including enhanced roadside lighting and chain-up areas.
Nevada Capitol Police officers Steve Fleischmann, left, and Tom Pascua prepare to raise a new USS Nevada flag on Thursday behind the state Capitol. Both the United States and USS Nevada flags later flap in the breeze at half-staff.
Mahal Moon, Churchill County High School and University of Nevada, Reno graduate, has been appointed as the new curator of education at the Nevada State Museum in Carson City.
An unusual summer storm left tens of thousands stranded in ankle-deep mud before fleeing, calling into question how much of the festival's "Leave No Trace" principle could be followed.
Outdoor recreation accounted for more than $6.1 billion of Nevada’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2022.