One person was killed and four others were injured in an apparent shooting spree Thursday morning in Henderson. Suspects later were arrested in Arizona.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo turned himself in to authorities on charges he voted on CARES Act programs while he was benefiting from them.
Settlement discussions between one of the nation’s largest wireless carriers and Nevada’s top law enforcement officer helped create a new apprenticeship program.
During a 10-hour meeting, the school board this week decided to switch to full-time distance learning for middle and high schools Dec. 2.
Nevada health officials say they are trying to reduce the density of people in any environment, balancing policy and political considerations along with data.
The newly reported cases, which have been compiled since Nov. 16, are from the counties of Carson City, Douglas, Lyon and Storey.
The university announced Tuesday it is suspending in-person events and lowering occupancy rates to 25 percent in a few campus buildings.
Nevada’s casinos won’t need to overhaul their operating plans under new guidance issued Tuesday by gaming regulators.
The seven-day average for newly reported COVID-19 cases is now 2,019, more than double the number earlier this month.
Gov. Steve Sisolak says Nevada will go into a “statewide pause” for three weeks as the coronavirus continues its wildfire-like spread across Nevada.
Health officials reported another surge in new coronavirus cases Sunday morning.
The Reno Fire Department says a wildfire that destroyed or damaged 29 homes has been contained around 100% of its perimeter as an investigation into the cause continued.