Cave Lake State Park in White Pine County just grew significantly bigger thanks to the transfer of almost 3,000 acres from U.S. Forest Service control.
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The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by O.J. Simpson for a new trial on kidnapping and robbery charges.
The Sheahan family's feud with the Air Force over their Groom Mine property near the classified Area 51 installation will climax Thursday as the Air Force moves to seize it after a co-owner said the rejected $5.2 million offer was "disingenuous."
Southern Nevada community and business leaders on a lobbying trip to the nation’s capital got a pitch Thursday on Yucca Mountain from the leading supporter of the controversial nuclear waste program.
A squirrel found dead at Lake Tahoe last month has tested positive for the plague, health officials said, marking the latest incidence of the disease in California that forced the temporary closure of two Yosemite National Park campgrounds.
Less than a week after 28 emaciated wild horses were rounded up and put down, Bureau of Land Management officials announced plans to collect more animals they say are at risk of starvation in the mountains outside Las Vegas.
The state Board of Examiners on Tuesday hired a former chief deputy attorney general under a $300,000 contract to continue Nevada's efforts to fight the location of a nuclear repository at Yucca Mountain.
Passengers on a Monday Allegiant Air flight from Bismarck, N.D., to Las Vegas were collecting their suitcases Tuesday after their flight was diverted to St. George Regional Airport in Utah.
Just in time for its busiest camping season, Red Rock Canyon Campground is reopened, after a seasonal closure in May.
A federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit alleging that the Nevada Health and Human Services Department has been disenfranchising potential low-income and disabled voters by not providing registration materials to clients at its offices as required by federal law.
Investigators think alcohol played a role in an apparent drowning at Lake Havasu, Ariz., on Wednesday afternoon.
The Las Vegas FBI office was involved in the security details of the 2010 Burning Man event, according to documents requested by a California-based writer.
Nevada officials on Tuesday announced receiving an $11 million federal grant to expand mental health services for children.
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.
It was expected to take at least a week, but the emergency roundup of wild horses in the mountains outside Las Vegas is already two thirds of the way to its goal of 200 animals after the first three days.
Fisheries are drying up and fields lie fallow as the lingering drought takes its toll in Northern Nevada, where the lack of water needed to support rural livelihoods is causing tension between neighbors.
Federal authorities announced plans Friday to round up as many as 200 wild horses to save them from starvation in the mountains outside of Las Vegas.
Backers of an initiative petition seeking to quash a $1.4 billion tax package passed by the 2015 Legislature have filed a pre-emptive lawsuit asking a judge to declare that the referendum does not violate the single-subject rule before supporters begin gathering signatures to put it on the ballot.
Nevada has prevailed along with a dozen other states in stopping a new EPA rule that would have greatly expanded the scope of waters covered by the Clean Water Act.
Rogue firearm teachers blemish the integrity of Nevada's concealed weapon permit, other instructors said Thursday as they urged a law enforcement panel to do more to root out and crack down on instructors who don't adhere to course mandates.
Arizona is essentially firing the private company that operates a Northwest Arizona state prison that has struggled with high-profile problems such as an inmate escape that led to a double-homicide five years ago, the murder of an inmate in January and extensive rioting.
The decomposing remains of a woman were found in Kingman, Ariz., in a hilly, desert area south of Radar Hill on Sunday morning.
Lincoln Lee appeared made to order as a patsy.