Nevada officials have renamed the state teacher of the year award after the man who died trying to stop a shooter at Sparks Middle School.
The Nevada Supreme Court says a man arrested or detained nearly a dozen times because he was mistaken for a suspected drug dealer cannot sue Las Vegas police.
Lyon County authorities say vandals are slashing the tires of law enforcement vehicles and officers’ personal vehicles in Dayton.
The ACLU of Nevada has filed a friend of the court brief challenging Nevada’s ban on same-sex marriage.
State officials are reporting the third inmate death this month at a Carson City prison.
52-year-old was sentenced from Clark County
Forty attorneys general including Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto are urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to meet its own deadline and regulate electronic cigarettes in the same way it regulates tobacco products.
A woman ousted from her job as Carson City Animal Services manager amid public outrage over a dog’s euthanasia is now suing.
Members of the Nevada National Guard will honor victims of the 2011 IHOP shooting in Carson City on Friday with informal memorial run and walk.
Tens of thousands of Nevadans receiving extended jobless benefits will see their weekly checks dramatically reduced