The seven Colorado River states have finished their emergency drought plan by deadline day, but the completed deal set to be signed in Arizona on Tuesday afternoon excludes the river’s largest water user.
The suicide rate among Nevada teenagers and children nearly doubled between 2017 and 2018, according to the state’s Office of Suicide Prevention.
The U.S. Forest Service has struck down an unpopular plan to open federal land in the Ruby Mountains in Northern Nevada for oil exploration.
California is now the lone holdout on an emergency drought plan for the Colorado River, and the other river states are turning up the heat to get the deal done.
Nevada lawmakers tried to create a new roadblock to transforming Yucca Mountain into a nuclear waste repository on Thursday by introducing bills in the House and Senate that would require the government to study alternative uses of the site.
Jon Raby was officially sworn in Monday by Brian Steed, BLM’s deputy director for policy.
A number of top administrators in public school districts throughout Nevada are among the applicants for the state superintendent of public instruction.