Mets' Duda Placed On DL With Muscle Strain Mets outfielder Lucas Duda has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained muscle between his ribs.
Lawmaker Calls For Annual SessionNevada's legislators could meet every year in Carson City if one lawmaker has his way.
Feds Fine Vegas AirlineAllegiant Air has been fined 100-thousand dollars by the federal government for a pair of violations.
Sports Books Expect ProfitThe New York Giants were not the only winners of the Super Bowl.
Gingrich Regroups After FloridaRepublican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich made a campaign stop in Las Vegas Thursday morning.
Governor Won't Endorse GOP Candidate Governor Brian Sandoval isn't backing any of the remaining Republican presidential candidates before this Saturday's state caucus.
Mayor Accepts Food Stamp ChallengeLas Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman is accepting a challenge to live on less than five-dollars worth of groceries every day for a week.
Reno Fire Partially ContainedFirefighters will know later today the extent of damage from a raging wildfire south of Reno.
Charter Schools Earn High MarksNevada charter schools are moving up in a national ranking.
New Homes Sales Hit Record LowNew home sales in Las Vegas hit a record low in 2011.
Mayweather Future In Doubt
Mayweather Reaches Plea DealBoxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. has reportedly agreed to plead guilty to reduced charges to settle felony allegations that he battered his ex-girlfriend and a misdemeanor charge that he poked a security guard.
Rebels Fall At WisconsinBen Brust came off the bench and scored a career-high 25 points to help No. 14 Wisconsin beat UNLV 62-51 Saturday.
IndyCar Will Not Return To Vegas In '12The IndyCar Series will not return to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway next season, following a deadly crash during this year's championship race.
Danny Tarkanian Considering Congressional RunFormer Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian says he is considering a run for Congress in the state's new 4th district next year.