The federal Bureau of Land Management is planning to remove 1,100 wild horses from a part of Northern Nevada that also contains sage grouse habitat.
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The new visitor contact station at National Conservation Area near Henderson will be open daily starting Saturday.
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.
Environmental groups have pumped more than $3 million into elections in Nevada, investing money into ads and a ground game that will get canvassers and volunteers out knocking on doors from Las Vegas to Northern Nevada.
About 20 local educators stepped away from their lesson planning and ungraded homework Saturday morning to take part in the Southern Nevada Science Teachers Association’s fall kickoff event at the nature park. Such events demonstrate how informal and formal education can coexist in local schools.
U.S. District Judge Anna Brown warned Ammon Bundy’s lawyer that she will hold him in contempt of court if he keeps trying to bring up Robert “LaVoy” Finicum’s death in front of jurors.
The National Park Service is trying to track down a motorist who defaced a remote dry lake bed in Death Valley National Park famous for its mysterious moving stones.
A pollutant made famous by Erin Brockovich shows up in drinking water supplies across the country, including the Las Vegas Valley, according to a new report by the Environmental Working Group.
On a table top mesa 70 miles from Las Vegas, a world famous piece of art sits unmarked and unprotected, right where its creator left it almost a half century ago.
A suburban Phoenix elementary school has received some wild visitors. Staff members spotted four burros walking onto the playground of Vistancia Elementary in the city of Peoria on Thursday morning.