ACLU: Student Suspended After Lawmaker's Office ComplaintThe ACLU's chapter in Nevada on Monday sent letters to the Washoe County School District and U.S. Representative Mark Amodei following the two-day suspension of student Noah Christiansen.
Winter Storm Warnings, Watches for Northern NevadaThe National Weather Service in Reno has issued a winter storm warning through Wednesday morning for the Lake Tahoe area, with up to 20 inches (50 centimeters) of snow expected in upper elevations.
Annual Survey Shows Confidence In Nevada's Economy At A Record HighMore than 87 percent of small business leaders surveyed believe Nevada's economy is headed in the right direction.
UNLV Falls to No. 22 Reno in Mountain West SemisNevada struggled through its worst first half of the season, but used a 25-2 run to rally for an 11-point victory and the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Learn How To Prevent Fraud During National Consumer Protection WeekEducation and awareness is the best line of defense against becoming a victim of fraud, so that's why the Nevada Consumer Affairs is hosting a free Consumer Fraud Prevention Fair in Las Vegas on March 9 at the Las Vegas Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.
NDOT Gearing Up For Paid Summer InternshipsThe internships take place May through August 2018 and pay up to $18 per hour, depending on education and experience.
Nevada Steps Up Oversight Of Casino Emergency PlansState officials recognize they've been deficient in developing an aggressive plan to guard against deadly attacks like the one on the Las Vegas Strip Oct. 1.
Big Crowds Expected At Women's Marches In Vegas And RenoDozens of groups have banded together for the Nevada marches, with concerns about a wide range of issues, like DACA, tax reform, and rollbacks of environmental protections.
Nevada Offers Cyber Security Challenge To High School FemalesGirlsGoCyberStart, an innovative opportunity for young women attending high school in Nevada to discover their talents in cyber security and learn about careers in the field.
AG's Office Teams With VA Medical Centers For Resource FairsThe fairs are an opportunity for Nevada active duty military, guard and veterans to receive access to free legal assistance and medical care.
Valley Gas Prices Dropping In Time For HolidaysLas Vegas drivers are paying about 4 cents less in December than they did in November, and drivers in Reno, are paying nearly 12 cents less for gas.
Police: Reno Gunman Didn't Plan Attack From High-RiseA gunman took a woman hostage and opened fire on a downtown Reno street from the eighth floor of a condominium, stirring initial fears of another massacre like the one in Las Vegas, police said Wednesday.