— Nevada officials say people receiving federal jobless benefits should keep filing weekly claims in case Congress acts early next year to continue the program. Some 17,000 Nevadans will be cut off Dec.
LOS ANGELES — While foreclosures remain a concern in select states, the number of U.S. homes entering the path to foreclosure or winding up repossessed by lenders has fallen to levels not seen in more than six years.
When they saw tire tracks lead into the remote canyon but not back out, they raced ahead until they could make out the overturned Jeep they were searching for in the frigid backcountry. In minutes a desperate search for a couple and four children ...
— Thousands of Nevadans will lose unemployment assistance days after Christmas under a budget deal worked out by congressional negotiators that omits continuation of federal jobless benefits implemented at the height of the recession.
AAA reports the average price for gallon of regular unleaded has fallen 7 cents in the past month to a statewide average of $3.28. AAA says abundant supplies, flat demand and falling crude oil prices are contributing to lower gasoline ...
— Two people who got international attention two decades ago when they survived eight days in frigid temperatures in northwest Nevada said the ordeal that ended with this week's rescue of a family near Lovelock struck familiar notes with them.
— Governors in 16 states are unveiling a high-tech wildlife habitat mapping project they hope will encourage economic development across the West while protecting the region's environmental treasures from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains.
CARSON CITY, Nev. — A panel of state lawmakers has given the OK to tap nearly $1.5 million to set up a drone testing program should Nevada be tapped by the federal government as one of six testing sites nationwide.
LAS VEGAS — A Nevada judge has rejected crucial state approval needed for Las Vegas to draw water from rural valleys straddling the Nevada-Utah state line and pipe it south to slake the thirst of Sin City residents and tourists.
LOS ANGELES — If you've ever been pulled over by a police officer for not wearing a seat belt, there's a decent chance the officer also wasn't buckled up either. While 86 percent of Americans now wear seatbelts, an upcoming study that'll be ...