Doctor Barred From Treating Medicaid, Medicare PatientsA Las Vegas doctor, who was sentenced in July to three years of probation and seven days in jail for gross lewdness involving female patients, has been barred from treating Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Nevada Stops De-Icer Use in Tainted Water AreaThe Nevada Department of Transportation will stop using a road de-icer in parts of a mountain-side community outside Las Vegas after the product was linked to recent water contamination.
Gov. Sandoval Leading Taskforce To Stop Opioid AbuseThe group will hear updates from state and federal agencies regarding how they're working to combat the opioid crisis in the Silver State.
Henderson Mayor Hosting Monthly Community MeetingThe event will cover a variety of topics important to Henderson's senior community such as scam prevention, senior safety programs, Meals on Wheels, transportation services, senior recreation and much more.
Nevada Health Link Hosting Open Enrollment Prep RallyThe goal of this event is to update, inform and activate brokers, enrollment assistors, providers, navigators and stakeholders in preparation of the upcoming fifth Open Enrollment period, which starts November 1 and continues though December 15.
Three Square Teaming Up To Serve Hungry NevadansThree Square Food bank is teaming up with the state Dept. of Agriculture to feed nearly 300,000 hungry Nevadans.
$75 Speeding Ticket Goes All The Way To State Supreme Court67-year-old Marla Leaf was reportedly ticketed for speeding on a freeway in Cedar Rapids.
Football Teams Forfeit Over Pepper-Sprayed BrawlThe Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association announced Tuesday that both Basic and Canyon Springs high schools must forfeit their games this week, as well as take a double-forfeit for last week's game.
Panel To Address Gambling And Pot Industry Interactions In NevadaGovernor Sandoval on Wednesday issued an executive order summoning the Nevada Gaming Policy Committee, which includes gambling regulators, casino representatives and others.
Opioid Crisis Has Lowered U.S. Life Expectancy, Study FindsAccording to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the country's opioid epidemic claimed over 33,000 lives in 2015.
Tackle Football Before Age 12 Can Cause Brain Damage, Study SaysOne of the authors of the study says eliminating tackling in youth football would be a major step toward making the game safe, but it's not a perfect solution.
Nevada Experiment Mimics Earthquakes to Test Bridge DesignsA day after a deadly earthquake struck Mexico City, University of Nevada scientists will mimic quakes to test new bridge designs developed to help the structures better withstand violent temblors.