In a 4-3 ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court held Thursday that there's no constitutional right to a jury trial in a small claims case.
Patients with two very common skin disorders are being asked to volunteer for clinical trails.
A high school principals' gathering originally scheduled for the hurricane-damaged New Orleans convention center may fill more than 7,300 hotel rooms in Reno this March.
House Republicans, led by Congressman Jim Gibbons, have dropped a provision in budget legislation that would have allowed the sale of public lands for mining.
Governor Kenny Guinn says "it just seems like yesterday" when he was elected Nevada's governor in 1998 in his first bid for public office amid criticism that he was the hand-picked candidate of powerful special interests.
State regulators have cleared the path for construction of a 514-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant eastof Reno - a proposed $420 million project that underscores SierraPacific Resources' recovery from the financial chaos it faced after the 2001 Western energy crisis.
It's an early Christmas present for Nevada motorists -- especially ones who are planning a trip over the holidays.
According to the federal Bureau of Justice Statistics, Nevada's female inmate population is climbing at a much higher rate than the national average.
New study from UCLA Stroke Center says an amazing amount of brain cells are destroyed every minute during a stroke.
He's not especially greedy, but he's a bank robber nonetheless and Reno police are looking for him.
Three down, one to go. Taking classes at the University of Nevada, Reno has been a family affair for four members of Reno's Fyfe family the past few years.