Some Republicans in Congress say they will fight to overturn the designation of Nevada’s Gold Butte and Bears Ears in Utah for federal protection, but President-elect Trump doesn’t have the power to turn back the clock, experts say.
Trump administration will have final say on the plans, which range from banning new mining activity on about 10 million acres for up to 20 years to imposing no additional restrictions on mine locations.
Utah and Nevada ranked as the nation’s two fastest-growing states over the past year, according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates for 2016 released Tuesday.
A multi-state agreement aimed at slowing the decline of Lake Mead can’t be finished until California finds a way to solve two major, long-simmering environmental fights, top water managers said Thursday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval was en route Tuesday to the north African nation of Morocco, where he will attend a three-day conference on cross-regional issues of security, migration, trade and energy, his office said.
New commemorative plaque, letter from Gov. Sandoval aimed at ensuring that state’s namesake battleship and crew continue “inspiring sailors for as long as there is a United States Navy.”
Governor delivers homemade cookies to one guardsman during Pentagon-sponsored visit to Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Afghanistan.
A historic park in North Las Vegas will double in size and the Hoover Dam Visitor Center will get new exhibits as part of the latest round of projects funded by federal land auctions in the Las Vegas Valley.
With thoughts still smoldering of the Japanese air raid that killed 1,177 of their shipmates on the USS Arizona 75 years ago Wednesday, four of the last remaining survivors of that Pearl Harbor battleship said it will be tough to bury two more.