Former state Sen. Allison Copening died Saturday after a cardiac event earlier this month.
Richard Roman, 68, says he’s come to terms with his eviction and is ready to open a new chapter in his life. “This was a stepping off place,” he said last week.
When counting bald eagles, technology takes a back seat to old-fashioned fieldwork. At Lake Mead National Recreation Area, that means biologists, binoculars and boats.
The education funding debate is not unique to the Silver State; nearby states have an array of approaches, with no one having found the right balance.
A man killed in an avalanche at a Lake Tahoe ski resort on Friday was remembered as an avid skier familiar with the picturesque mountains along the northern California and Nevada border.
Schools were closed on Lake Tahoe’s north shore and a back-country avalanche warning was issued for much of the central Sierra ahead of a winter storm packing heavy snow and winds gusting in excess of 100 mph.
The resolution sponsored by Rep. Susie Lee, D-Nevada, appears unlikely to pass the Senate and faces a potential veto by President Donald Trump if it does.
A pigeon wearing a small sombrero has been reported in Reno, demonstrating that no pigeon is safe from unwanted headgear in the Silver State.
Dozens of homeless assistance programs in Nevada will receive more than $16 million in federal grants with more than $13 million coming to Clark County.
Nevada state officials and the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe worked to reintroduce desert bighorn sheep to the hills above the lake Monday, the first time since the early 1900s that they’ve been seen in the area 50 miles north of Reno.