Veteran firefighter and Las Vegas Fire Department PIO Tim Szymanski shares simple safety tips and prevention strategies that can keep your home from being the next address that dispatchers enter into their logs.
Thousands of lanterns were sent into the night sky Friday during the first day of the fifth annual RiSE festival, this year’s event at the dry lake bed in Jean, 30 miles south of Las Vegas.
Two people in Nevada are among the 57 in 16 states to fall ill from a salmonella outbreak caused by contaminated beef, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Nevada drivers arrested on DUI charges must now install a device that measures their blood alcohol concentration if they want to get back behind the wheel.
Four years after its rocky debut, the RiSE lantern festival returns to public land 30 miles south of Las Vegas this weekend — assuming the dry lake bed stays dry.
Nye County sheriff’s deputies order residents of longtime encampment for homeless to leave, but county and city have no place for them to go. Community members aim to fill the void and come up with some long-term solutions.
Eight hikers and a sheriff’s deputy were escorted to safety from the top of a canyon at a popular northeastern Nevada recreation area as a wildfire spewed flames 100 feet into the air, authorities said Monday.
Trails and visitor facilities closed over the summer will reopen for the public to enjoy as the weather cools, but Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area will begin limiting hours as darkness begins to fall earlier.
Access to care remains a big problem for Nevada’s residents, but the state is making gains in childhood vaccination and some other areas, according to a new report released by the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.