Legislature mulls enshrining abortion rights in constitution

A constitutional amendment would offer the highest level of state protection.

Nevada State College to become university July 1

the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted 9-4 to approve the name change.

Romania: On the road again

The Nevada Army National Guard’s 137th Military Police Co., is serving in Romania.

Romania, U.S. forge relationship to ensure regional stability

Romanian Air Force Comandor (colonel) Nicolae Cretu is described as one of the brightest military minds in their country.

State of emergency for Churchill, Douglas, Lyon counties

Gov. Joe Lombardo declared Friday a state of emergency due to ongoing severe weather conditions in Churchill County, Douglas County, and Lyon County.

What Tesla’s Gigafactory expansion means for Nevada

At the heart of the country’s largest industrial park sits the Nevada Gigafactory where thousands of Tesla employees have produced millions of electric vehicle batteries.

Amodei receives Champion of Public Broadcasting Award

The Champion of Public Broadcasting Award was presented to Amodei during the APTS Public Media Summit on March 1.

Lithium mine wins appeal; construction underway

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied a request for an emergency injunction.

Tesla granted more tax breaks for new expansion

The deal is the latest to mark Northern Nevada as a focal point in the U.S. transition to green energy.

Nevada’s classrooms need more dollars, teachers, lawmakers told

Joint subcommittees on K-12, higher education and capital improvement projects held the Legislature’s first school budget hearing.

Fernley middle school student arrested at school with handgun

A Fernley middle school student was arrested on Monday after allegedly brining a .45 caliber handgun to school.

Judge won’t block lithium mine on Nevada-Oregon line

U.S. District Judge Miranda Du in Reno denied a request for an emergency injunction to prohibit work at the largest known lithium deposit in the nation.

Bid to rid state constitution of slavery moves to ballot

The proposed amendment first passed the Nevada Legislature in 2021.

Lyon County Sheriff’s Office seeking information on locating Richard Shifflet

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is still asking for assistance in locating Richard Shifflet.

Northern Nevada vets home benefits from project

The military community joined hands to convert three small rooms into storage areas for arts and crafts.