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A Las Vegas resort is asking the Nevada Supreme Court to toss out a multi-million dollar injury verdict.
The results of tuberculosis tests at a Henderson school won’t be made public.
The man convicted of hitting and killing a 19-year-old Las Vegas Metro Police Explorer has been sentenced.
Starting next month, Nevadans will have to pay sales taxes when buying on Amazon.com.
A Clark County grand jury has indicted a Las Vegas police officer on charges he sexually harassed women.
A judge says she will OK plans for owners of the CityCenter development to demolish a flawed, half-built hotel tower on the Las Vegas Strip, unless insurers can show they need more time to investigate.
A group of faculty members have urged the Board of Regents to appoint former UNLV president Carol Harter as acting chief.
Nevada businesses will be saving some money next year.
Prosecutors are alleging that a former Las Vegas kindergarten teacher who is accused of harboring a runaway teenager at his home gave the girl a sexually transmitted disease.
Congressman Joe Heck could offer a Republican alternative to the Senate-passed Dream Act as early as today.