Cops Seeks Persons of Interest in Vegas Strip StabbingPolice were search for three young black men following a fight and stabbing in an alleyway just off the Las Vegas Strip last weekend, according to authorities.
Nevada Children Could Be Required To Start School At Age 5It would make school attendance mandatory at a younger age and require districts to establish pre-kindergarten programs.
FBI Special Agent Takes Stand In Bundy TrialFBI Special Agent Charles Johnson took the stand and told jurors undercover agents posed as documentary producers to draw statements from supporters of rancher Cliven Bundy.
Bill Would Let Nevada Police Pull Over Seat Belt OffendersCurrently officers are only allowed to ticket people for not wearing belts if they're pulled over for some other reason.
Low-Interest Loans Available for Washoe County Flood VictimsThe U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to businesses and residents affected by severe storms and flooding in Washoe County.
Ralph Peters On The Heidi Harris ShowRalph Peters joined the Heidi Harris Show this morning to discuss the ongoing Russia connections with President Trump and his associates.
17,000 Striking AT&T Workers in NV, CA End One-Day WalkoutSome 17,000 AT&T workers in California and Nevada are returning to their jobs after a one-day walkout. They had been protesting changes in job duties for some employees.
Australian Woman Launched Run In Vegas ValleyAustralian ultra-marathon runner Mina Guli began her global run in Las Vegas. She's hoping to raise awareness on water conservation.
Nevada Unemployment Rate Dips to 10 Year LowNevada's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 4.9 percent in February, the first time it has been below 5 percent since November 2007. The jobless rate ticked down one-tenth of a percentage point from January, from 5 percent.
Henderson Teacher Arrested for Indecent Contact with StudentsA Henderson middle school science teacher faces indecency charges after allegedly having inappropriate discussions with three teenage girls in his class.
Nevada Ratifies Equal Rights Amendment - Decades Past DeadlineNevada lawmakers ratified the Equal Rights Amendment Wednesday 45 years after the date Congress first submitted it to the states, bringing the nation two states shy — but decades past deadline — of amending the U.S. Constitution to plainly state women and men are equal under the law.
NDOT Celebrates 100 Year AnniversaryWednesday the transportation company celebrates 100 years with of service with historical photos and timeline posted on the department's website.