The “Storm Area 51” events planned for Lincoln County will pile up a hefty bill, and officials could pursue legal action against Facebook and the original event organizers to recoup some of that.
The Area 51 Basecamp event in Hiko and Alienstock in Rachel are expected to drum up traffic congestion, causing drivers long waits in their vehicles in mainly rural areas.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, fresh off the stage of the third presidential debate, campaigned in Reno and Carson City on Friday, the first stop on a two-day visit to Nevada that will end in Las Vegas today.
Dottie Frank, secretary to the principal at the rural school near Creech Air Force Base, says family-like atmosphere keeps her coming back for more.
The last-minute switch in affiliation by the creator of Storm Area 51 has led to bad blood between those involved in competing events, and allegations of dirty dealing by both sides.
The popular “Extraterrestrial Highway” sign has been abducted by state transportation officials ahead of next week’s planned “Storm Area 51” related events.
Whether you’re planning to make the journey next weekend to “see them aliens” or you’d rather wait for a more leisurely, peaceful weekend, these stops can help break up the 150-mile drive.
Callister Law Group in Las Vegas sent the letter Thursday to Little A’Le’Inn owner Connie West on behalf of Matty Roberts, who this week abandoned his affiliation with the event in Rachel.
Bail provisions for Govert Charles Wilhelmus Jacob Sweep, 21, and Ties Granzier, 20, don’t require them to remain in the U.S.
One woman suffered serious injuries and eight other passengers received minor injuries in the “hard landing” near Goodsprings, southwest of Las Vegas.
Two men from the Netherlands were arrested in Nye County after police said they trespassed onto the Nevada National Security Site for a YouTube video.
The wonders of nature will offer a pleasant addition to the music of the poetry when Clark County Poet Laureate Heather Lang-Cassera hosts a daylong poetry retreat.
Months after its entire board resigned amid an investigation of possible misappropriation of funds, the region’s only no-kill shelter has a new president and board of directors.
The flyers were attributed to the American Identity Movement, classified as a white supremacist hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League.