Some of the Silver State’s most spectacular landscapes went on display Monday on Capitol Hill, as a week-long photo exhibit called “Home Means Nevada” debuted in the rotunda of the Senate Russell Building.
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Outdoor advocates are sounding the alarm about the Defense Department’s plan to add another 301,507 acres to the Nevada Test and Training Range, including more than 227,000 acres at the heart of Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
The state engineer Wednesday reopened issues surrounding Southern Nevada Water Authority’s plan to tap into eastern Nevada’s groundwater and pipe it to Las Vegas.
Toilet-cleaning via helicopter will block access to popular park overlooks for 12 hours over two days.
NextGen Climate Nevada, which aims to educate millennials on climate and the environment, on Tuesday stood in solidarity with University of Nevada, Las Vegas students to support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
The federal government stepped into the fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline Friday, ordering work to stop on one segment of the project in North Dakota and asking the Texas-based company building it to “voluntarily pause” action on a wider span.
Advocates and industry representatives in Las Vegas this week for the nation’s largest solar trade show are hailing an agreement they say “rights a wrong” committed against existing rooftop solar customers in Nevada.
Answers to some frequently asked questions about mercury and the risk posed by inhalation of its vapors.
A small sampling of lunar rocks and dirt collected by Apollo astronauts will be on display at the College of Southern Nevada’s Planetarium during three special lectures this month.
The Mount Charleston blue butterfly is still incredibly rare, but researchers have seen more of them in more places over the past two years than they have in decades.