Authorities closed the interstate in both directions on a day when most ski resorts around Lake Tahoe were closed, a tornado touched down in central California and visitors to Yosemite National Park were told to leave.
An internal audit of the state’s public and charter schools made several recommendations, including unifying school accountability measures.
The agency is the main supplier of food, water and shelter in Gaza, but it is also on the brink of financial collapse.
Biden said the airdrops would begin soon and that the United States was looking into additional ways to facilitate getting aid into the war-battered territory to ease the suffering of Palestinians.
City Manager Dr. Ryann Juden will step down from his post with the city of North Las Vegas this summer, according to an announcement from the city.
Americans who test positive for COVID-19 no longer need to stay in isolation for five days, U.S. health officials announced Friday.
Change Healthcare said a ransomware group claimed responsibility for the cybersecurity breach, which has threatened patient data and delayed prescriptions.
A Missouri lawmaker has introduced legislation to clarify that the state’s judges can grant divorces even when one spouse is pregnant.
Wynn Las Vegas execs have long thought Fontainebleau was trying to replicate the Wynn experience, even going so far as to steal some of their top employees.
Jeff German, a longtime reporter who was stabbed to death in 2022, was the first posthumous recipient of the Frank McCulloch Award for Courage in Journalism.
Sales at Anheuser-Busch InBev decreased by about $1.5 billion in North America last year amid a tumultuous year for its premier product, Bud Light, the company said Thursday.
A federal judge is upholding provisions of new Arizona laws that would require counties to verify the status of registered voters who haven’t provided proof of U.S. citizenship and cross-check voter registration information with various government databases.
The people who received contributions include former Gov. Steve Sisolak, Attorney General Aaron Ford and Nevada Supreme Court Chief Justice Lidia Stiglich.
President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump held split-screen events to address illegal immigration. One of them had the bigger hat.
Humanitarian aid groups appealed on Thursday to the European Union to release funds due to the main U.N. agency that delivers aid to people in the Gaza Strip.
The number of employees at the Southern Nevada Health District grew by almost two-thirds during the COVID-19 pandemic, records show.
Las Vegas police say armed men arrived at the victims’ Airbnb shortly after the woman, working as a prostitute, had met the men the short-term rental.
First Lady Jill Biden’s Las Vegas appearance is designed to mobilize women to help re-elect President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
The Boring Company is facing more than $100,000 in fines from multiple citations tied to workplace incidents at a Vegas Loop work site last summer.