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 “house-size” boulder fell on a major road near Zion National Park on Wednesday, blocking access to the east gate of the Utah park.
A popular scenic drive and several campgrounds remain closed as crews battle a wildfire that has burned nearly 3,000 acres at Great Basin National Park.
Harry Reid’s swan song as the Nevada senator involved in the creation of the Lake Tahoe Summit will be noteworthy, with invitees including President Obama and The Killers at the Aug. 31 event.
With all their modern scientific equipment and state-of-the-art computer models, researchers trying to better understand the effect of algae growth on Lake Tahoe are searching for new tools to aid in their mission — old photo albums.
The Bellagio fountains — and Las Vegas as a whole — get high marks for water management and conservation in a surprisingly upbeat new book about the Colorado River and its future.
A late-season surge of rain and snow melt made a bad year better for the Colorado River, but it wasn’t enough to lift Lake Mead out of record-low territory.
Nevada Reps. Mark Amodei and Cresent Hardy are calling on the Obama Administration to approve an off-road race through a portion of the newly designated Basin and Range National Monument in Lincoln and Nye counties.
The average surface temperature of Lake Tahoe has risen faster over the last four years than any time on record — 15 times faster than the long-term warming rate over the past half century, scientists say.
Here are a few of the regulatory nightmares highlighted during a special congressional hearing held Tuesday at North Las Vegas City Hall.