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Cows are being blamed for causing a single-vehicle accident on U.S...The Nevada Highway Patrol says a southbound vehicle struck at least one cow, possibly two, Thursday night near Airport Road north of Minden. The car received major damage, but the
Nevada doesn't have statewide gun registration requirements, but people in Clark County are subject to registration rules. The owner of a handgun, referred to in the law as "firearm capable of being concealed," is required to register the gun with
A magnitude 4.0 earthquake struck in a part of west-central Nevada near the California line that has been shaking for some time now...Thursday southeast of Hawthorne and northwest of Tonopah, about 25 miles south of Mina near the intersections of U.S.
The state Board of Examiners agreed Tuesday to pay over $700,000 to settle two separate lawsuits brought against state agencies that involved the deaths of three people. In the first case, the board, including Gov. Brian Sandoval, voted to pay $375,
Ore. (AP) Oregon is experimenting with salting roads along a few state border crossings to de-ice them, but it has no plans to apply rock salt to Interstate 84, where a tour bus crash last month killed nine people. Most neighboring states use rock
Ore. (AP) Oregon has long avoided the use of rock salt for snow removal but now it plans a five-year pilot project to use salt strategically on two routes typically hard-hit by winter storms. The Oregonian reported Friday that ( http://is.gd/afSTbh )
The Interstate 11 project that would connect Las Vegas and Phoenix may have gone from dream to vision in July with the passing of a federal transportation authorization bill. But it remains thousands of days and untold billions of dollars away from
Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is seeking five new members for her Nevada Council for the Prevention of Domestic Violence...She said the goal is to have a culturally diverse and representative group involved with the issue in various ways...
A brass band, two cheerleader types and a banner that says it all: "Now...The date was March 11, 1966, and the gathering was to celebrate the opening of Interstate 15. Everybody has their qualms with our primary link to Southern California: Should it
A pilot from the north-central Idaho town of Lewiston was forced to make an emergency landing on an eastern Washington highway after his small aircraft developed engine trouble. Washington State Patrol Trooper Rob Aucutt told the Lewiston Tribune (