More Emotional Debates Expected at Nevada LegislatureAnother lengthy, emotional debate on Nevada's minimum wage is one of several legislative hearings anticipated to rise above humdrum budget reviews this week.
Police: Man Fatally Shot During Fight at ComplexLas Vegas police say a man is dead after being shot when he and other men got involved in a fight between several women at an apartment complex.
Gov. Sandoval Rejects National Guard Immigration MemoRepublican Gov. Brian Sandoval says he would not mobilize the Nevada National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants if President Donald Trump asked him to do it.
Benji is the Pet Pick of the Week for 2-17-17Our Pet Pick is a medium-size pooch who is good with other dogs.
Man Dies Following Vegas Apartment ShootingA man died a day after he was shot in the face during a fight at a Las Vegas apartment earlier this week, according to authorities.
Health Care Advocates Urge Sen. Heller to Host Town HallHealth care advocates in Nevada are urging U.S. Sen. Dean Heller to host a town hall to hear from his constituents during the weeklong President's Day recess.
Neon Museum Plans To Expand Thanks To GrantWith numerous signs and some very large signs, the Neon Museum in Las Vegas needs extra space, so it's planning on expanding.
Greg Maddux to Make Debut as UNLV Assistant Baseball CoachIt's a different kind of opening night for Greg Maddux — his first as a college baseball coach.
Woman Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal Vegas Strip Sidewalk CrashA woman has pleaded not guilty in Nevada state court to charges alleging she intentionally drove onto a Las Vegas Strip sidewalk, killing one pedestrian and injuring at least 34 others less than a week before Christmas 2015.
Heidi Harris: Is Government Responsible For Increasing Your Wages?Should Government be responsible for increasing your wage or are you?
How Do Americans Spend Their Tax Refund?According to a survey, most Americans seem to be responsible when it comes to spending their tax refund.
Nevada Democrats Unite Behind Labor, Energy, Obamacare BillsDemocrats back in control of the Nevada Legislature are launching an effort to reform state labor and energy laws and lock in certain policies in the Affordable Care Act.