Sometimes in science all you get is the chance to prove yourself wrong. Geologist Vance Haynes expected to be part of a major discovery when he joined the Tule Springs archaeological expedition in the hills north of Las Vegas in September 1962.
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Ten individuals and organizations who gave generously of their time receive awards as part of Get Outdoors Nevada Day.
Crews are working a 3- to 4-acre wildfire near Big Falls in Kyle Canyon, which is about a mile and a half from the canyon community on Mount Charleston.
Biologists are trapping and removing Pahrump poolfish from a pond at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park in a last-ditch effort to save the endangered species from non-native predators.
California-based energy company’s proposal would be the world’s largest solar project in Nevada, a $5 billion endeavor involving at least 100,000 mirrors and 10 towers as tall as any building in the state.
A Nevada pine nut harvester, who has been gathering the pinyon tree delicacies on public lands for decades, says climate change is causing the crop to decline.
In tour of areas that could be added to the Nevada Test and Training Range, officials wonder about public access and the possible toll on wildlife.
The EPA says TIMET failed to immediately notify authorities of the leak, which continued for several hours and drew odor complaints from residents up to 7 miles away.
The National Park Service announced Wednesday that the Historic Railroad Trail and part of the River Mountains Loop Trail at Lake Mead will be temporarily closed for improvements.
The lone woman on trial in Oregon’s refuge-standoff case could have a weapons charge dismissed unless more evidence emerges.