Environmentalists and Native American tribes are among those opposing a federal lands bill backed by Clark County that they say could hasten a plan to pipe rural water down to Las Vegas.
Tonopah’s Mizpah Hotel doesn’t shy away from its status as one of the top haunted hotels in America. Especially this time of year.
U.S. District Judge Miranda Du in Reno said she wasn’t convinced the state’s laws caused profound harm for the plaintiffs.
Like ghosts from the past returning to haunt from beyond the grave, we’ve unearthed a collection of relics that have been buried in our archives for decades.
The Silver State has its fair share of less-than-intuitive town pronunciations, but that’s what makes Nevada home.
The watery grave that swallowed whole an entire town 80 years ago has vanished. Where there was once 70 feet of water, there are clear skies and a faint breeze.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has said that just before 12:20 p.m. Tuesday, the corrections officer hit the back of an NDOT truck driving slowly on U.S. Highway 95.
Pershing County Sheriff Jerry Allen said he only found out about Earl Mitchell’s guilty plea to a gross misdemeanor after the event, which ended Sept 2.
A former correctional officer trainee at High Desert State Prison charged in the shooting death of an inmate struck a deal with prosecutors Tuesday.
Nevada’s Pharmacy Board collected fees from drug wholesalers, but only erratically conducted the checks, Gov. Steve Sisolak reported Tuesday.