Thursday’s 6-0 vote by the Southern Nevada Water Authority board aims to keep more water in the shrinking river system through voluntary cuts. The deal isn’t done, though, as Arizona and California are still debating their cuts.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spoke to reporters Sunday evening in Bunkerville as he wrapped up a much-anticipated visit to Southern Nevada that included a hike at Gold Butte National Monument and a stop at Basin and Range National Monument to see American Indian rock art.
North Las Vegas resident later worked as tireless veterans advocate and helped shape “stolen valor” laws aimed at war hero pretenders.
Staff Sgt. Robert Mattey and Airman 1st Class Michele Faiella, of the 99th Security Forces Squadron, raise the U.S. flag Tuesday, June 13 at Nellis Air Force Base.
The Nevada commission charged with overseeing nuclear waste issues on Tuesday warned that it expects Congress to seek funding to revive the shuttered Yucca Mountain repository project this year.
More than 80 fighter jets, bombers and support aircraft slated to participate in first realistic training operation of 2017.
A coin flip and a pilot’s inexplicable miscalculation combined to snuff out Lombard, one of Hollywood brightest stars, 75 years ago Monday.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigned Wednesday in Las Vegas with the hope of spurring Democrats to early vote. And based off Wednesday’s early voting numbers, her efforts were not in vain.