Fewer Nevada Kindergartners Are Overweight A new report from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas shows that Nevada kindergartners are less likely to spend long hours in front of a TV, and fewer of them are overweight. Arrests In Fatal iPad Theft Two men have been arrested in the killing of a teenage boy over an iPad in Las Vegas.
Proposal Names Landmark For Reagan A local Republican wants the top of a Las Vegas mountain named in honor of the nation's 40th president. Judge Refuses To Halt Brewer’s Order Denying Licenses For Young Immigrants A judge on Thursday refused to halt Gov. Jan Brewer's order that denies driver's licenses for young immigrants in Arizona who have gotten work permits and avoided deportation under an Obama administration policy.
Voter Registration Bill Appears Troubled Anti-Gun Violence Group Targets Heller Nev. Bill Would Require Collection Of DNA From People Arrested On Felony Charges Steven Brooks Returns To Court State Senate Considers Late Voter Registration Lawmakers Propose State Entertainment Tax Gansert Cleared Of Campaign Finance Allegation
Fewer Nevadans Seek Employment In April Nevada’s unemployment dropped to 9.6 percent in April. That's down nearly 2 percentage points over the year. Suen Gets $70 Million In Sands Case A jury has awarded a Hong Kong businessman $70 million in his suit against Sands Corporation
UNLV To Honor TV’s Jimmy Kimmel A late night talk show host will receive an honorary degree from UNLV. Next Powerball Drawing The next Powerball jackpot will be a half billion dollars.
Don’t Drink From That Garden Hose, Study Says Water tested from garden hoses contained three to nine times the safe levels of the toxic chemical BPA. CDC: 3 Of 5 Pools Tested Positive For Fecal Contamination The CDC says public swimming pools are contaminated with fecal matter a majority of the time.