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‘Dances With Wolves’ actor arrested in Vegas sex abuse case

The alleged cult leader is accused of sexually assaulting Indigenous girls over two decades.

GM conditionally OKs $650M Nevada mine investment

The investment is contingent on the Thacker Pass project clearing environmental and legal challenges.

Pressure to count Colorado River water lost to evaporation

More than 10% of the water carried by the Colorado River evaporates, leaks or spills.

Gilman: Partner wants to build ring road around Fernley

Gilman said plans for the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center II include the ring road.

Western Nevada snowpack puts ‘dent’ in drought

U.S. Drought Monitor lists the region in moderate drought conditions.

Treasurer’s office encourages Nevadans to collect unclaimed property

The search is free and can be accessed at www.claimitnevada.org.

Recent snowfalls may slow water level decline at Lake Mead

Forecasted levels mean Lake Mead would remain in shortage conditions for at least a third consecutive year.

Lawsuit: Vegas Strip resorts used vendor to fix hotel rates

A federal lawsuit in Nevada is seeking class-action damages for countless hotel patrons who booked rooms in Las Vegas since 2019, alleging that most hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip have used a third-party vendor to illegally fix prices.

Lawyers say judge ‘singled out’ ex-Raider, hearing delayed

A Nevada judge on Wednesday delayed a long-awaited hearing to determine whether former Las Vegas Raiders player Henry Ruggs will stand trial in a fatal 2021 crash, saying it can’t proceed until the case is properly assigned to a judge in the lower court.

Reward grows to $25K in Nevada probe of 5 wild horse deaths

The reward has grown to $25,000 in the investigation of the shooting deaths of five wild horses in eastern Nevada more than a year ago, the Bureau of Land Management said Tuesday. The five mortally wounded horses were discovered Nov. 16, 2021 in Jakes Valley, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) west of Ely.

Judge: Slain reporter sources issue for high court to decide

A Nevada judge decided Wednesday not to punish Las Vegas police for taking an initial look at a slain investigative journalist’s cellphone after he was killed in September, and said it is up to the state Supreme Court to decide whether a thorough review by homicide detectives of the reporter’s electronic devices would improperly expose confidential notes and sources.

Tom Burns named Nevada GOED director

Gov. Joe Lombardo on Thursday appointed Tom Burns Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Executive Director, effective Jan. 30

Report: Grow house hid unregistered weed plants during audit

A state board charged with overseeing Nevada's booming marijuana industry suspended the license of a cannabis grow house near Las Vegas on Tuesday after inspectors said they found unregistered plants at the facility that pose an ``immediate threat to public health and safety.``

Post card from Romania: Regional fighting further defines Romanian base

Winter’s frosty breath stretches for miles across eastern Romania, a country near the western edge of Ukraine’s conflict with Russia. Since the summer, the Nevada Army National Guard’s 137th Military Police Company has been providing law enforcement functions and investigations at the military sector of the Mihail Kogalniceanu International Airport 15 miles northeast of Constanta, a resort some call the Miami Beach along the Baltic Sea.

Subpoena granted in Reno mayor's suit over tracking device

A Nevada judge has granted subpoenas sought by Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve to force a private investigator to identify who hired his firm to secretly install a tracking device on her vehicle. Washoe County District Judge David Hardy approved the subpoenas on Friday to be served on David McNeely and his private investigation firm 5 Alpha Industries, the Reno Gazette Journal reported.

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