A coalition of health organizations that's been snubbed twice by the Nevada Legislature began a campaign today to pass a ballot measure that would ban smoking in most public places in the state.
Sarah Steineker, 50, is stuck to her seat. She's got a bingo game going, and the "hot ball" jackpot is up to $14,490. But thanks to mobile gambling regulations that passed the Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday, she soon may be able to take that bingo game with her elsewhere in the casino.
Democratic state Senator Dina Titus has proposed a "12-Step Plan" of reform measures she says will restore trust in Nevada's elected officials.
Chinese laborers who helped to build the old Virginia & Truckee Railroad in 1869 were honored at a Nevada State Railroad Museum event that focused on a 40 (m) million-dollar revival of the V&T and a 50 (m) million-dollar museum complex to commemorate the workers.
People in Virginia City can finally take that long-awaited shower.
The sparkling brooks and glistening alpine lakes in the Sierra may not be as pristine as they look, but an environmental group says a lack of specific data makes it difficult to determine just how serious the problem is.
Nevada filed a lawsuit Wednesday accusing the federal Energy Department of withholding documents that state officials say will show the planned Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository can't be built safely.
One of two men whose federal conviction for stealing American Indian artwork was overturned says the pair simply wanted to protect the ancient petroglyphs from encroaching development.
March is colon cancer awareness month. Local personality talks about his experience with colonoscopy
A substitute teacher in Fernley has been named a suspect in a child predator case involving child pornography.
Clark County's growth supremacy is no more. Census figures for 2004-2005 show that three of the nation's Top 10 fastest growing counties are in rural Nevada.
The 14-year-old accused of wounding two classmates in a middle school shooting incident last week will remain in custody at the juvenile detention center in Reno.
Sparks Police are are on the lookout...for a man who kept SWAT teams busy with a 12 hour standoff!
While some families are embracing their soldiers and their war efforts...others will be protesting.
All of our local law enforcement agencies increased patrols Friday night, specifically officers looking for drunk drivers. They say they're out there, so the fun stays safe.
Court documents reveal what may have been the motive behind the school shooting at Pine Middle School. Documents show the 8th-grader told dectectives that he was tired of being repeatedly "put-down" by his father, brother, his brother's friends for being stupid.
Reno police say the boy who opened fire at Pine Middle School this week may have been been planning the attack for a while, with the intent of harming his classmates.
52 fourth year medical school students match with residency programs across the country.