Updated: 10:05 PM An investigation into the fatal fall of a Silver Legacy Resort Casino employee earlier this month has found the casino did not violate safety standards, according to a report by the Northern Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Updated: 12:10 AM Nevada Democrats made more voter registration gains in June and by the end of the month were only 1 percent below Republicans, according to a report Thursday from Secretary of State Dean Heller.
Updated: 10:47 AM The United States government could not protect its citizens from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks because it failed to appreciate the threat posed by al-Qaida operatives who exploited those lapses to carry out the deadliest assault ever on American soil, the chairman of the Sept. 11 commission said Thursday.
Updated: 10:14 PM Surveillance video from Washington Dulles International Airport the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, shows four of the five hijackers being pulled aside to undergo additional scrutiny after setting off metal detectors but then permitted to board the fateful flight that crashed into the Pentagon.
Updated: 10:10 PM New soil tests show significantly high levels of radioactivity at an abandoned northern Nevada mine, renewing health and safety concerns and prompting federal land managers to restrict access to the 3,600-acre site, U.S. regulators told The Associated Press.
Updated: 10:07 PM American soldiers in Iraq have been dying at a rate of two a day since Iraqis regained political control on June 28 — a drop from the deadliest months of violence before the handover but still about the same rate overall as in the 16 months since the U.S. invasion.
Updated: 10:04 PM In line with a court order, Nevada's secretary of state declared Wednesday that proposals to raise Nevada's hourly minimum wage and to block frivolous lawsuits have qualified for the November ballot.
Updated: 9:35 PM The Sept. 11 commission's final report won't declare that the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history was preventable, though some panelists said during the 20-month investigation they believed the hijackers could have been stopped.
Updated: 9:31 PM A judge ruled Tuesday that Nevadans should get to vote on proposals to raise Nevada's hourly minimum wage and to block frivolous lawsuits - even though state election officials said they don't qualify for the November ballot.