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Nevada's largest daily newspaper is telling Sen. Harry Reid to "quit the race-baiting already" after he embarrassingly referred to Clarence Thomas as a white man.
A 31-year-old former race and sports book ticket writer at the Palms Casino Resort has been sentenced to three years' probation and to repay a portion of about $232,000 in restitution for her role in what federal authorities say was an $800,000 betting fraud case.
Three more defendants have pleaded guilty, and a prosecutor announced the government is ready for trial in a sweeping six-year probe of a group of business owners and attorneys accused of steering Las Vegas-area condominium homeowner association contracts to friends.
Nevada gambling regulators are standing firm on their stance that casino operators shouldn't get involved in the state's medical marijuana industry.
A federal law enforcement oversight group is praising Las Vegas police for reducing officer-involved shootings and adopting use-of-force reforms based on a study begun in November 2012.
North Las Vegas firefighters are dousing a recycling yard after a fire sent heavy clouds of smoke over the area.
A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for his role in what authorities say is an unprecedented criminal case involving an international cybercrime syndicate with hundreds of thousands of U.S. victims.
A former Las Vegas physician who was accused in 2010 of sexually assaulting female patients has been sentenced to five years' probation for his conviction on a lesser charge.
Southern Nevada's primary terrorism preparedness program is getting a boost in federal funding.
State transportation officials say they've reached a settlement over 3 acres of land that the owner valued at more than $100 million and the state valued at less than $1 million.
A state court judge has overturned the 2009 murder conviction of a Las Vegas man who has been serving 20 years to life in prison for killing his wife.
One of the world's most endangered species took a small step away from oblivion over the past year, as the wild population of Devil's Hole pupfish nearly tripled from 35 in April 2013 to 92.
The parent company of the Las Vegas Review-Journal has sold the Mesquite Local News and its website to a company that publishes five other community newspapers in rural Nevada and Arizona.
Assemblyman Jim Wheeler underwent a heart procedure Saturday after being hospitalized with chest and arm pains.
Nevada could reap millions of dollars by taking over vast expanses of rangeland currently controlled by federal agencies, according to a report being prepared for state lawmakers.