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.
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.
Fatal Crash on SB 1-15The driver of a black BMW traveling at a high rate of speed on SB 1-15 early Tuesday morning lost control before crashing, claiming the life of the female passenger.
1 dead, 16 injured in 2,000-acre Reno WildfireFire Chief Mike Hernandez says estimated number of homes destroyed in a wind-fueled wildfire has more than doubled.
Amodei Endorses RomneyCongressman Mark Amodei is the latest Nevada Republican to support Mitt Romney.
Big Shows This WeekendIf you like music, there's plenty happening this weekend in Las Vegas.
Big Shows This WeekendFans of music and comedy will find many choices in Vegas this weekend.
UNLV Coach: No TweetingUNLV football players will have to give up Twitter if they want to be on the team.
Hispanics Now Largest Student GroupThe state Department of Education says during the last school year, nearly 39% of students were Hispanic, edging out white students by just one-tenth of a point.
Lingerie Football Poised for Kick-OffLas Vegas' franchise in the new Lingerie Football League is getting ready for its first-ever game.