Mathematical models aim to chart the path of the new coronavirus in the U.S. and Nevada, but the outcomes can vary wildly depending on basic assumptions about the disease.
In Twitter post, the nation’s top doctor says the masks don’t protect from coronavirus and other airborne pathogens and a shortage could endanger health care workers.
Federal official praises Clark County School District for its testing program, which detected elevated lead levels in water at three schools in late 2017 and early 2018.
With the severity of his heart condition unknown, it’s too soon to say when — or even if — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders might return to the campaign trail.
Latino leaders continued to speak out Monday about the fear felt in Hispanic communities in the United States following the mass shooting in El Paso.
A compensation program for those exposed to radiation from nuclear weapons testing and uranium mining would be expanded under legislation to address fallout across the western U.S. and somce Pacific islands.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford is intervening in a Texas federal lawsuit to protect coverage for free birth control under the Affordable Care Act.
The parcels were bought by the park service for $224,600 from the Mojave Desert Land Trust, a California nonprofit that buys land for conservation purposes.
Death Valley National Park has released its final plan for managing the remote Saline Valley hot springs and the naked regulars who like to soak in them.
A dispute between two major California water agencies is threatening to derail a hard-won agreement designed to protect a river that serves 40 million people in the U.S. West.