Chances are bleak that a planned extension of the Las Vegas Monorail — seen as a way to get tourists within easy walking distance of the Raiders’ new stadium — will be finished by the time the team begins play here in 2020.
The department is pushing for Assembly Bill 74 in the Nevada Legislature this session, which would require anyone who buys, sells or trades antlers harvested from a big game animal to have a state license.
Five people suffered unspecified injuries when a Delta Airlines flight headed from Southern California to Seattle encountered severe turbulence and was forced to make an emergency landing in Reno.
Another big snow storm with dangerous winds gusting in excess of 130 mph over the top of the Sierra is heading for the Lake Tahoe area.
The organizers of Burning Man are making “substantive” changes to the annual weeklong summer art festival in the Nevada desert.
A national organization that calls out corporations and other U.S. institutions for fostering sexual exploitation took the unusual step Monday of naming Nevada as one of America’s top promoters of sex trafficking.
A Northern Nevada woman who claims a neighboring tribe stole her horse during a roundup last month has dropped her lawsuit because she’s convinced the horse had already been sold to a slaughterhouse in Mexico.
More than 25 years removed from its humble beginnings, the Edward Kline Memorial Homeless Veterans Fund recently hired its first executive director with an eye toward expanding its reach and impact.
There were 21 fatal crashes in the first month of 2019, resulting in 22 deaths, the Department of Public Safety announced Thursday.
“This could be a banner year” for wildflowers in Southern Nevada, southeastern California and southwestern Utah, according to one expert. All have seen above average precipitation so far this winter.