Governor Sandoval Signs School Safety Executive OrderThe Executive Order requires that a Task Force deliver an initial report of its activities to the Governor on or before August 1, 2018 which includes a review of current law related to school safety.
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.
First 2 Flu-Related Deaths of Season in Washoe CountyWashoe County has confirmed its first two flu-related deaths of the new winter season.
School Improvement Grants Helping Nevada EducationNevadans helped the Department of Education narrow in on three strategies designed to help Nevada become the fastest improving state in the nation.
Nevada Officer Mistakenly Shoots Mother Bear Near Lake TahoeAuthorities say a Nevada sheriff's deputy accidentally shot a mother bear who was found with her three cubs in a neighborhood near Lake Tahoe.
State Senate Approves 50 Measures In One DayThe state Senate kept busy Monday, approving 50 bills and sending them to the Assembly.
Trump Declares Major Disaster for Nevada Flood VictimsPresident Donald Trump has declared a major disaster across much of northern Nevada trying to recover from a severe winter full of floods and mudslides.
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.
Probe: State Cut Staff for Prescribed Burn Turned WildfireAn independent investigation into a smoldering prescribed burn that sparked a Nevada wildfire and destroyed 23 homes found several questionable practices at the state forestry division, including understaffing despite repeated warnings about unstable, windy weather.
Missing 8-Year-Old Boy Found Safe in Northern NevadaAuthorities have cancelled an AMBER Alert after a missing 8-year-old boy was found in Reno early Sunday.
Lawyer: Reno Boy Shot by School Cop Was Bullied, BeatenAn emotionally distressed 14-year-old armed with a knife had been bullied and beaten and was trying to escape from a crowd of classmates this week who had gathered to capture video of an anticipated fight when a campus police officer shot the boy.
Uneven Approach So Far In Nevada Pot Law Enforcement After VoteReno's city prosecutor is following the lead of his counterparts in Las Vegas, who say they won't prosecute minor possession of marijuana cases until pot becomes legal in Nevada in less than six weeks.