The decision is “sad news” for the industry, but it’s one that could benefit his shop and others, Las Vegas gun store co-owner Mark Hames said Wednesday.
A state panel upheld a permit issued for the Mount Hope Molybdenum Mine north of Eureka, but asked state officials and environmentalists to hash out their differences and return in six months.
Deep Isolation wants to drill holes thousands of feet into the ground and fill them with nuclear waste. It’s a seemingly simple solution to a decades-long problem.
There are nearly 400,000 people in Nevada without health insurance, despite an increase in the number of people with insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Shani Coleman, deputy director of government affairs, and Deacon Thomas Roberts, CEO of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, will represent the city on the new panel.
Caesars Entertainment execs are extolling the general-admission area as a way to expand the venue’s appeal to more high-energy shows.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid addressed climate change and the 2020 presidential field on Wednesday, saying the candidates’ proposals would go a long way to address Nevada and the country’s issues.
A College of Southern Nevada student who was arrested Aug. 28 told police he worked for a rifle manufacturer.
A Las Vegas artist reached a confidential settlement with pop star Ariana Grande after he accused her of using his imagery in a hit music video without permission.
About 15 cats are available for adoption at Rescued Treasures Cat Cafe inside PALNV, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing pet support in the Las Vegas Valley.