Angry domestic well owners packed a legislative subcommittee Friday to protest proposals to restrict water use in times of severe shortages and require meters.
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A doctor pleaded guilty to two felonies involving removal of ancient Native American artifacts from public lands in California and Nevada.
After collecting 42 animals in eight days, the Bureau of Land Management concluded its wild burro roundup at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park on Tuesday.
Despite sinking to a new record low last month, Lake Mead should be just high enough at the start of next year to avoid an unprecedented shortage declaration, according to federal projections released Tuesday.
The race is on in Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Maine and elsewhere to get President Barack Obama to preserve millions of acres as national monuments before he leaves office.
An endangered fish found only in northern Clark County saw its population drop by 25 percent over the past year, but biologists insist things are still looking up for the Moapa dace.
At 13 miles in length and a cost of $160 million, the Paradise-Whitney Interceptor ranks as the largest sewer pipeline project in the history of the Clark County Water Reclamation District.
The 4,600-acre fire at the national park located 300 miles northeast of Las Vegas, is 52 percent contained, according to a release from the Great Basin Incident Management Team 7.
Southern California sunshine means sparkling beach weather, but this summer it’s contributing to a return of a traditional nemesis: smog.
More than 300 off-road racers have won permission to drive across Nevada’s newest national monument next week, but they won’t be allowed to race or go off-road.