“This is a benchmark moment,” Kyle Roerink, executive director of the Great Basin Water Network, said Sunday. “And it’s not going to be the last one this summer.”
Nevada’s third Buffalo Soldiers Day was celebrated Saturday to honor the country’s all-Black military units.
A fire near Lake Tahoe had burned more than 65,000 acres Saturday, prompting a state of emergency declaration from the governor, evacuations and major highway closures.
Proponents of face masks on college campuses this fall on Friday urged the Nevada Board of Regents to go beyond a mandate for employees OK’d by the Clark County Commission.
The advancing 58,000-acre Tamarack Fire south of Lake Tahoe, which crossed into Nevada from California on Wednesday, prompted Douglas County officials and Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday to declare a state of emergency.
Master magician and ‘Mindfreak’ star Criss Angel has opened a restaurant in his family’s adopted home of Overton to help support his charitable efforts in the area.
Henderson attorney, small businessman and Iraq War veteran Noah Malgeri has begun campaigning for the 2022 Republican nomination in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District.
State data shows Hispanics now make up the largest portion of overdue Nevadans for the COVID-19 vaccine. In April it was whites.
Plans for what would have been the largest solar installation in Nevada have been withdrawn by the sponsor, the Bureau of Land Management confirmed Thursday.
After growing fast for decades, Clark County’s population is expected to swell by another 1 million people by 2060, a new forecast shows.
The announcement from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation follows news that federal officials will release additional water from upstream reservoirs this year to prop Lake Powell up.
Donors and foundations stepped up during the height of the pandemic. Now local organizations are focused on how to build on philanthropic efforts.
Since the state reopened businesses in early June, summer surge cases have been concentrated in the south and northwest Las Vegas Valley.
The Tamarack Fire south of Lake Tahoe had burned more than 68 square miles of timber and head-high chaparral in national forest land.