The death of former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid prompted an outpouring of tributes nationally late Tuesday afternoon.
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the most powerful Nevadan ever elected to federal office and the longest-serving U.S. senator in state history, died Tuesday.
There have been more than 500 vaccine breakthrough infections of COVID-19 in fully vaccinated casino workers in Clark County, a number similar to that of health care workers.
The Arizona community, south of Las Vegas, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the London Bridge’s relocation from the U.K. to the desert.
Jeremy Smallwood, who earned his doctorate in astronomy in May, and colleagues believe they have found the space oddity 1,300 light years away in the constellation of Orion.
The U.S. on Monday announced plans to ease international airline travel restrictions to allow vaccinated foreign nationals to once again travel to the country starting this fall.
Tens of thousands of people who fled South Lake Tahoe in the teeth of a wildfire were returning home as crews finally managed to stall the advance of flames scant miles from the resort.
The Caldor Fire was 3 miles outside of South Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, officials said. The National Weather Service warned that weather conditions Wednesday would include wind gusts up to 30 mph.
Firefighters battling a stubborn California wildfire Friday near the Lake Tahoe resort region faced gusty winds and dry conditions that made vegetation ready to burn.
As the Taliban swept through Kabul over the weekend, the takeover shocked the nation. But Nevada Army Guard Staff Sgt. Richard Rohweder, who served in Afghanistan, was not surprised.