Slain Review-Journal reporter Jeff German posthumously won Podcast of the Year at Saturday night’s Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence dinner.
Polls in the races at the top of Nevada’s ballot show the races are too close to call, in a state where no statewide candidate has won by more than 50,000 votes in the last three cycles.
Republican Jim Marchant, a proponent of 2020 election fraud claims, says mail-in ballots should not be used. But he used them on three separate occasions in another state.
NDOC Director Charles Daniels allegedly berated staff in meetings following two suicides by inmates this month, according to a letter sent to Gov. Steve Sisolak by prison medical and mental health staff.
Founder Stewart Rhodes and his group were at Bunkerville, and at the center of one of the nation’s boldest attacks on Democracy — the Jan. 6 riot. Now they face trial for seditious conspiracy.
Fall in Las Vegas will have a warm feel for at least the coming week, says the National Weather Service.
Nevada ranks last in affordable housing. What does each candidate plan to do about it?
A glitch in the mobile gaming system used by William Hill was responsible for thousands of duplicate wagers on events and resulted in complaints from gamblers.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Thursday the launch of ArrayRx, a discount program for both generic and brand-name drugs.
Dr. Michael Minev submitted his resignation on Sept. 13, officials said. The resignation comes less than a week after two inmates died by suicide at High Desert State Prison.
Hospitalizations and cases continue their free fall. But is the pandemic really over?
Rita Reid, a deputy in the Public Administrator’s Office, said in hindsight, a text from Robert Telles was a subtle threat. “It could have been us, it could have been me. There was a lot of anger.”
Lights will be retrofitted starting in 2023 as the city works to achieve Dark Skies Community Certification.
Borrowers who meet income requirements can get up to $10,000 in federal student loan forgiveness, and Pell Grant recipients can get up to $20,000.
Clark County allegedly denied the RNC’s public records requests seeking the political affiliations of the county’s poll workers.