Heller Opposes Senate Health Care BillNevada Republican Dean Heller became the fifth GOP senator to declare his opposition to the party's banner legislation to scuttle much of Barack Obama's health care overhaul on Friday, more than enough to sink the measure and deliver a stinging rebuke to President Donald Trump unless some of them can be brought aboard.
Pit Bull Bites Sheriff's Deputy During Call in PahrumpA sheriff's deputy has been released from a hospital following a pit bull attack in Pahrump.
Nevada's On-Again, Off-Again Marijuana Sales Back OnNevada's marijuana regulators may have found a way around a judge's order that threatens to block the state's first recreational pot sales scheduled to begin next month.
Steve Sisolak Announces Bid For Nevada GovernorA southern Nevada lawmaker who heads the elected board covering the Las Vegas Strip says he's running for governor.
Sen. Heller Has Serious Concerns About GOP BillNevada's Republican Sen. Dean Heller says he has serious concerns about how the GOP's latest proposal to overhaul the federal health law would impact people who depend on Medicaid.
More Questions Than Answers on Legal Pot in NevadaThe drug sellers aren't the problem when it comes to the highly anticipated launch of Nevada's recreational marijuana industry. It's the distributors who have muddled plans to allow people to light up July 1.
Ex-NFL Player Killed in RenoThe first Montana Tech football player in school history to sign an NFL contract has been fatally shot in Nevada.
Rosen Expected to Challenge Heller for Senate SeatRepublican Sen. Dean Heller's closely watched re-election bid heated up Tuesday with Democratic officials saying freshman Rep. Jacky Rosen will contest him in 2018.
Judge Mulling Nevada Bid for Recreational Pot Sales July 1Nevada's marijuana regulators are working furiously to launch recreational sales on July 1, a fast-approaching deadline that could hinge on a court deciding whether the powerful liquor industry should be guaranteed a piece of the pot pie before tourists and residents can light up.
Tourists Descend as Temperatures Climb in Death ValleyDesert dwellers in the western U.S. see temperatures topping 120 degrees as a reason to hunker down indoors and turn up the air conditioning.
Sandoval Vetoes Bill to Open 'Medicaid For All'The first Republican governor who opted to expand Medicaid has decided that Nevada will not be the first state in the nation to attempt to open the government-subsidized health care program to anyone, regardless of need.
New State Park Coming to Nevada After Land TransferA vast area of land along the Walker River that for 152 years has been privately owned is expected to soon be transferred to the state to become Nevada's newest park.