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Gov. Brian Sandoval has filed for a second term, steamrolling into the 2014 election season sitting atop a huge campaign fund and no big name opponents in his rearview mirror.
Dozens of American Medical Response ambulance workers are unhappy over the Las Vegas Fire Department’s new policy on hospital transports.
A new Gallup Well-Being poll takes a look at obesity rates in all 50 states.
Transportation officials in Nevada and Arizona are studying potential routes and hope to put a price tag on the planned stretch of Interstate 11 within the next few months.
State police and transportation officials are launching a drive to tell Nevada motorists to pay attention to red lights and stop signs.
Some Las Vegas casinos are partnering with national hotel chains to offer rewards to guests.
The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected an embattled family court judge’s claim that an investigation that led to his public censure and suspension without pay was biased and the complaint against him was flawed.
The health exchange board names an interim director, and recommends the exchange allow Xerox to stay on the project but that state technology staff will provide in-house support.
Tickets to the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert are just as hot as ever.
Nevada education officials are making it easier for students to pass a math proficiency test that’s required for graduation but has proved tough for high schoolers.