Court documents in the case paint a picture of a group so determined to overturn Joe Biden’s victory that some members were prepared to lose their lives to do so.
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.
The American Wild Horse Campaign released a report showing 1,020 wild horses and burros were adopted in 22 months only to be sold to slaughter.
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.
Nevada Department of Health and Human Services will receive $16.7 million and the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California will receive $250,000 to fight opioid abuse.
A Clark County employee alleged to have partaken in an “inappropriate relationship” with the official accused of killing Review-Journal veteran journalist Jeff German has switched departments, a county spokesman confirmed Thursday.
Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney told Las Vegas business leaders to vote against election deniers and demand accountability from their political leaders.
A District Court judge granted Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo’s motion for sanctions against Reno attorney Joey Gilbert on Wednesday.
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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.
The clock is ticking for the city of Oakland and the Athletics to hammer out a deal to make the team’s $12 billion waterfront ballpark development dream closer to reality.
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, bump stocks were banned by federal regulation. But that rule is under challenge, and bump stocks could be legal once more.
The ruling from a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit amounts to an overwhelming victory for the Justice Department.