Dozens of people waiting in line cheered Friday when Nevada's first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Sparks, 15 years after voters approved medicinal pot.
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Crews are using seismic equipment to explore for natural gas and oil reserves in northwest Arizona.
Laughlin residents and resorts no longer have to boil their water, the Las Vegas Valley Water District said Tuesday.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating alleged price-gouging by towing companies that moved vehicles from Interstate 15 after the North Fire that burned more than 5,000 acres and torched 20 cars.
None of the 60 hospitals in Nevada met the standards for strong performance needed to make the U.S. News & World Report lists of Best Hospitals rankings for 2015-16.
Three of the four men injured in a small plane crash near Henderson Executive Airport Sunday are active-duty military — a Navy SEAL and two sailors assigned to the Naval Special Warfare Command in Coronado, Calif., the Navy said Monday.
People in homes and businesses in Laughlin, including the resorts along the Colorado River, were still required Monday to boil their tap water before drinking it or cooking with it.
Southern Nevada residents who want to go green with rooftop solar without having to install and pay for panels on their own homes could soon benefit from a new proposal from Nevada Power.
A fire official says the U.S. Forest Service is as well-equipped as it has ever been and is doing everything in its power to take proactive and preventative measures to ensure a fire such as the Carpenter 1 fire doesn‘t happen again.
CARSON CITY -- Two major solar power projects proposed by Nevada Power could be a boon to customers because of a dramatic drop in the cost of the renewable energy technology.
FERNLEY -- Until now, the graves of Nevada veteran cemeteries were mandated to be groomed with green grass, an adornment deemed fitting to show respect and reverence for those who served their country.
All but one southbound lane of Interstate 15 at the Cajon Pass were open Saturday night after a fast-moving 5,400-acre blaze burned through cars and trucks, chased motorists with its hot flames and shut down the main thoroughfare between Las Vegas and Southern California for six to 11 hours.
Laughlin residents have been told to boil their tap water before drinking or cooking with it after flash flooding Friday washed dirt and mud into the community‘s water supply.
For decades, scientists have collected fossils from the hills at the northern edge of Las Vegas and carted them off to collections from New York to California.
Las Vegas resident Dulce Inzunza has always dreamed of sending her daughter to private school.
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said Friday that the designation of the Basin and Range National Monument signed by President Barack Obama was an overreach of executive power that he opposed.
Next time there‘s a Tesla, North Las Vegas will be ready.
Private-sector representatives discussed ways that Nevada‘s four-year drought has affected their business operations at a Nevada drought forum on Friday.
The corrections officer whose encounter with an inmate escalated into a full-scale riot at the state prison in northwestern Arizona has taken his life.
The past is returning to life at the former main U.S. Post Office building here as private investors restore the original splendor of the historic Art Deco structure and turn it into mixed retail and office use.
Nevada‘s unemployment rate hit a seven-year low in June as nine of the state‘s 10 biggest job sectors grew.
The once-cuffed hands of juvenile offenders helped earn national recognition for a Mount Charleston trail system.
Marta Adams, a senior attorney for the state of Nevada and its chief in-house lawyer on Yucca Mountain, has announced her retirement at the end of the month.