Not wanting to leave anything to chance, Lincoln County pre-signed a declaration of emergency Monday to prepare for apossible surge of visitors to the desolate area ahead of a pair of events tied to the “Storm Area 51” phenomenon .
To simply call “Spittin’” Jerry Kaczmarek one of the best to ever play a now-vanished type of pinball game known as a bingo machine is to do him a disservice, he says.
A brush fire outside of Laughlin was about 75 percent contained Monday evening.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner at Burning Man is served with a side of playa dust that covers cars and clothing and finds its way into places where the sun doesn’t shine.
Light winds might be the only respite from the above-average temperature conditions that have a strong grip on the Las Vegas Valley.
The Clark County Fire Department joined the Nevada Division of Forestry and other local agencies to combat a brush fire near the Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area outside of Laughlin.
Peter Pellegrino has lived in Las Vegas for five years, and the recent uptick in liter has inspired him to organize Help Clean Up Nelson’s Landing.
A judge in Las Vegas is set to decide whether Nevada should reverse course on issuing marijuana business licenses.
Suicide ends lives, but it also creates new beginnings for those who attempt to kill themselves but live, and those who must find the will to go on without lost loved ones.
A Nevada man is dead after his pickup crashed in Idaho during a high-speed chase.
Years before Northwest Academy was closed amid an ongoing child abuse investigation, officials from four Nevada communities removed their students from the facility.
An allegation of Medicaid fraud last year against Northwest Academy led state officials to temporarily suspend payments to the boarding school.
Nevada is asking a federal judge to amend a lawsuit so the state can force the federal government to remove a half metric ton of plutonium secretly shipped to the Nevada National Security Site last fall.
A Las Vegas judge heard the start of closing arguments Thursday from lawyers representing companies that were denied marijuana business licenses.
Although the drought continues to plague the west, Nevadans won’t need to conserve any more water than they already do, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said in a new report issued Thursday.