Minden is a former “sundown town,” where ordinances prohibited non-white people from remaining after dark. A loud siren that heralded the deadline to leave still sounds twice daily.
Nobody won the $430 million Mega Millions jackpot Friday.
Nevada fire officials say the worst drought conditions the state has seen in two decades should make for an early start to the wildfire season in the coming weeks.
An adult and a child were killed Friday after a rollover crash in northern Nye County.
Nevada law requires police to have specific information about an abductor or a vehicle used in the abduction before an alert can be issued. Police didn’t have either during their search for 2-year-old Amari Nicholson.
The Clark County School District and Nevada colleges aren’t planning to drop policies requiring mask-wearing on campuses and offices.
Democratic state lawmakers unveiled a sweeping renewable energy bill Thursday that they say will pave the path for Nevada to meet its renewable energy goals while boosting jobs along the way.
The Nevada Legislature is considering a bill that would require any police officer who interacts with the public to be equipped with a body camera.
Nevada on Thursday reported 436 new coronavirus cases and eight additional deaths over the preceding day as the state positivity rate remained unchanged at 5.4 percent.
At the root of the issue is the state’s consumer protection statutes that limit title loans to 210 days and prohibit a loan to exceed the fair market value of the vehicle.
Nevada on Wednesday reported 464 new coronavirus cases and six additional deaths over the preceding day, but hospitalizations were lowest in more than a month.
The Southern Nevada Health District has identified the first known case of the B.1.617.2 strain in Clark County, the agency said in a news release.
All of the deaths recorded on Tuesday occurred in Clark County, according to data from the Southern Nevada Health District’s coronavirus website.
A former schoolteacher has sued the CEO of a cryptocurrency company that wants to build a smart city in the Nevada desert, accusing him and his wife of sexually harassing her.
But state test positivity rate drops slightly, to 5.5 percent, its lowest level since it recently peaked at 5.9 percent on April 17.