The wholesale water supplier is rolling out its new ad campaign — "There's Nothing Sexier than Saving Water" — this week to coincide with Tuesday's start of the fall watering schedule, which limits irrigation use to three assigned days per week through Oct. 31.
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Burning Man organizers and volunteers setting up for the annual festival dedicated to art and free expression are contending with a new challenge: bugs.
The city of Yerington in Lyon County grew a little bit bigger Friday after the federal government completed the transfer of public lands to local control.
A former Nevada correctional officer who pleaded guilty to supplying inmates with marijuana has received a suspended prison sentence and placed on probation, the attorney general's office said Thursday.
Nevada is receiving a $2 million grant from the Department of Defense to protect and restore sage grouse habitat within the Navy's training grounds around Naval Air Station Fallon, officials announced Thursday.
The Nevada Supreme Court is about to pave over one of downtown Las Vegas' few remaining parking paradises.
The death of an inmate at a prison near Kingman, Arizona, has been ruled a homicide.
An 80-year-old man serving time for the 2006 stabbing death of his neighbor at a Las Vegas retirement home has died, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
KINGMAN, Ariz — The Clark County coroner's office has identified the Arizona woman who was fatally injured when the boat she was operating struck a water taxi tied to the dock of a Laughlin Casino.
CARSON CITY — Firefighters on Tuesday continued to battle a 4,000-acre blaze burning in rugged terrain about 50 miles east of Fallon in Northern Nevada.
The man who killed Carson City Sheriff's deputy Carl Howell early Saturday has been identified by the Reno Police Department as Jonathon Pope, 30, who died at the scene of the domestic violence incident.
CARSON CITY — A sheriff's deputy was shot and killed early Saturday while responding to a domestic battery report on the east side of Carson City. The suspected shooter also died.
A man died in a single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 15 Saturday morning, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
An environmental report issued Thursday threw another log on the fire over the controversial Yucca Mountain project.
Nevada has received $1.6 million in AmeriCorps grants, money that will be used to aid and promote volunteer efforts targeting a host of causes, from education and rural healthcare access to environmental restoration and veteran services, the governor's office said Thursday.
A former Boulder City rodeo trainer, accused of sexually assaulting five female victims, was sentenced to up to five years in prison Thursday and ordered to register as a sex offender.
Police cited a man after five middle school students aboard the school bus he was driving were hurt in a Kingman, Ariz., traffic accident Thursday.
Federal prosecutors are appealing a judge's order to return $167,000 seized from a motor home on a Nevada highway following a drug search.
A 67-year-old man was found dead at a homeless camp in Pahrump on Friday night, the Nye County Sheriff's Office said.
When a group of tourists visits Las Vegas, the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse doesn't usually make the list of must-see spots. That wasn't the case for four Mongolian judges who spent most of a one-week visit in government buildings.
Nevada will award a nearly $51.5 million contract for student testing services after dumping its previous contractor earlier this year following a series of computer glitches that plagued the system.
A 44-year-old prisoner serving time in Southern Nevada died on Sunday, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
Preliminary estimates indicate Tesla is eligible for nearly $10 million in transferrable tax credits based on its investments so far in a huge battery factory east of Reno, Nevada lawmakers were told Monday.