About 8,000 members of counterculture group the Rainbow Family have arrived in eastern Utah for the annual gathering’s final celebration, officials from the U.S. Forest Service said Friday. Members join hands in prayer for world peace, releasing one big “Om.”
For better or worse, Mother Nature helped Nevada wildlife officials kick off a monthlong “bear awareness” campaign this week to combat danger on the roadways around Lake Tahoe and, more importantly, conflicts in neighborhoods with bad trash habits up and down the Sierra Nevada’s eastern front.
To kick a weekend of patriotism off, locals gathered at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas Thursday night for the 15th annual Independence Day Jubilee.
The U.S. Department of Food and Agriculture said Thursday night it has found evidence directly linking Foster Farms boneless-skinless chicken breast to a case of Salmonella Heidelberg.
Members of Congress have been required to note privately funded travel in annual personal financial disclosure reports they file publicly — until this year — but then reversed itself again.
RENO — The National Automobile Museum has reopened in Reno after being closed for nearly two weeks due to fire damage caused by a suspected arsonist.
Navy veteran Ron Deanne of Henderson in June retraced steps that Army Pvt. Ed Jennings took 70 years ago around Ste. Mere Eglise, France, where the 5th Infantry Division fought during World War II.
Nevada has received a one-year extension from the U.S. Department of Education for flexibility from some provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act, a state education official said Thursday.
You know those crazy Nevadans — any excuse for a party. It’s that way in 2014 as the Silver State celebrates its 150 anniversary with a calendar full of pomp and commemoration.
Attorney general candidate Adam Laxalt, a former judge advocate general in the Navy, on Wednesday proposed setting up a new division in Nevada’s top law enforcement office to offer free legal services to active duty members of the military, reservists and veterans.
Authorities are scaling back their search for a Phoenix man who fell into the Colorado River while on a rafting trip in Grand Canyon National Park. Park Service officials said Wednesday there is no sign of 68-year-old Victor Tseng, who was last seen on June 27 below Havasu Rapids.
A murder charge was dismissed Wednesday against a California youth pastor accused in a Las Vegas man’s death, but prosecutors said they’re still in the process of presenting the case to a grand jury.
A rural Nevada group is asking a federal judge to block the sale of oil and gas leases they say will be used for hydraulic fracturing and other development that poses a much greater threat to sage grouse and other wildlife than the U.S. government claims.
The gun found near the body of a 12-year-old Las Vegas Boy Scout who died Monday in San Diego was unregistered, according to the San Diego Police Department.
An eminent domain dispute over land needed for the Boulder City bypass is expected to be finalized by state officials next week for $4.6 million, far less than the last $33 million offer from the landowner.