A Nevada middle-schooler says a student who opened fire, injuring two classmates, aimed a gun at his chest before a teacher stepped in. The teacher was shot and killed.
The mental health portions of a bill mandating background checks on all gun sales in Nevada are now part of another bill.
Authorities have arrested a 12-year-old boy accused of fabricating a story about a gun that shook up a Carson City middle school.
The state Senate has narrowly approved a bill requiring background checks for private gun buyers.
Sparks police have arrested a man who fired several shots in the backyard of his home and pointed a gun at responding officers.
A late amendment to a bill mandating universal background checks for gun purchases in Nevada has given the effort renewed life in the state Legislature.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who supports expanded background checks for gun buyers, ended up voting against the bill.
A bill that would keep mentally ill people from buying guns in Nevada is facing opposition.
A troubled Nevada assemblyman who has been barred from the Legislature after allegedly threatening some colleagues won’t be able to buy a gun for at least a year, and authorities said Monday they remain on heightened alert and continue to monitor him closely.
Assemblyman Steven Brooks won’t be able to buy a gun from a licensed dealer for at least one year.