The unprecedented order issued this week by State Engineer Jason King prohibits new domestic wells anywhere in the Pahrump Valley unless property owners first purchase existing water rights.
The public comment period is now open for anyone with something to say about the Air Force’s plans to expand its vast training range and close off more of Desert National Wildlife Refuge north of Las Vegas.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., on Tuesday said President Donald Trump’s tax reform plan should set aside 5 percent of funding for transportation projects and infrastructure that will accommodate the next generation of “smart” vehicles.
Conservationists are bashing the latest move to open more federal land in Nevada to oil exploration, this time in the Ruby Mountains of Elko County.
The Silver State now appears to be home to a resident population of moose, which have been sighted and photographed with increasing regularity in northern Elko and Humboldt counties.
The Strip was hit by “An Inconvenient Truth” Friday, as former Vice President Al Gore opened the National Clean Energy Conference in Las Vegas with an alarming vision of an unfolding global climate crisis.
Foes in the 35-year-old debate over the safety of the proposed repository for the nation’s high-level radioactive waste, stake out staked out familiar positions Wednesday in a panel discussion at a radioactive waste conference in Las Vegas.
But in ruling against lawsuit filed by local governments, tribes and environmental groups, federal judge orders Bureau of Land Management to develop plan to repair environmental damage caused by the $15 billion project.
Nevada Department of Public Safety officials are laying the groundwork for the state’s new Office of Cyber Defense Coordination.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife’s public service announcements aim to be as eye-catching as they are informative.