Death toll rises to 33 after Guatemala volcano erupts

The head of Guatemala’s disaster agency says 33 people are confirmed dead in the explosive eruption of the Volcano of Fire, and the toll is expected to rise further.

Peregrine falcons soaring again at Lake Mead

Peregrine falcons, nearly wiped out by the advent of DDT and similar pesticides in the 1950s, have rebounded in Southern Nevada to the point where they are at “carrying capacity,” according to birds of prey researcher Joe Barnes.

Clark County wants input on expanding Las Vegas metro area

Under a proposal that will be the subject of a public meeting on Tuesday, Clark County would open almost 39,000 acres of federal land for development and allow the Las Vegas metropolitan area to spill beyond its current boundaries.

North Las Vegas wants better parking areas for truckers

As North Las Vegas evolves into a hub of massive distribution centers aimed at jump-starting the city’s fragile economy, Mayor John Lee wants to make sure truck deliveries show up on time and have a place to park.

Nevada candidate for governor reveals past abuse in TV ad

Nevada governor candidate Chris Giunchigliani is revealing a painful truth in a new TV commercial responding to attacks ads from a group supporting her opponent.

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