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The Retailers Association says Easter meals leads the way–$43 per person
Next year’s high school freshmen and sophomores will still get a diploma, even if they fail the new state-wide exams.
Salary information for more than 128,000 state and local government employees has been made available by a local watchdog group.
The sequel to “Mall Cop” is ready for its Sin City close-up.
The American Legislative Exchange Council’s newest edition of the Rich States, Poor States report ranks Nevada eighth overall for its future economic outlook.
The Nevada Supreme Court says state controller candidate John Michael Schaefer can be removed from the June primary ballot.
Some local post office will be open extra hours to accommodate last-minute tax filers looking to mail their returns before the midnight deadline.
Police have identified the woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Nevada’s Republican Party is gathering for its convention, but the state’s top elected GOP official won’t be there.
Gage Lindsey’s attorney says the 19-year-old will plead guilty to two counts of DUI causing substantial bodily harm.