The majority of Nevadans believe companies should be allowed to require COVID-19 vaccines among certain employees, a Review-Journal poll shows.
Exactly a year after the first coronavirus case was recorded in Nevada, the state has reported 295,460 cases and 5,020 deaths.
A lengthy search by Nye County authorities has resulted in the arrest of a man who is suspected of setting a ranch house on fire in the northern part of the county.
A majority of Nevadans would be comfortable with outdoor events but not indoor gatherings, a Review-Journal poll shows.
More Nevadans have warmed to the idea of getting vaccinated against COVID-19 over the past five months, according to a new poll.
Only 12 percent of Americans are traveling for spring break, according to U.S. Travel Association.
PlayAGS slot machine manufacturer is hoping for better days in 2021 after a rough 2020.
Top leaders from the state workforce agency told lawmakers Thursday that fraudulent unemployment claims have a human cost: delayed benefits for jobless Nevadans who truly need them.
The state reported 18 new deaths over the preceding day on Thursday, bringing the cumulative total of fatalities in the state to 5,005.
Lawyers working to recover money for victims of disgraced attorney Robert Graham want more than half of the funds the trustee has on hand.
Two companies with connections to Caesars Entertainment Inc. received unanimous recommendations for licensing Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
A Clark County lands bill filed Wednesday would set aside 2 million acres for wilderness protection, expand Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and provide land for development and affordable housing.
Democratic state lawmakers will propose using federal pandemic stimulus to bolster summer school programs to help students recover from a year of learning lost to pandemic restrictions.