The outlook for Lake Mead continues to improve, as forecasters account for a wet winter and a new interstate deal that will leave more water in the reservoir.
Las Vegas has the second hardest drinking water in the nation, according to new rankings from a group that sells water softeners.
Facebook already rules daily communication for more than 2 billion people around the world. Now it wants its own currency, too.
Researchers suggested this in a study released Monday by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.
With no computer or internet at home, Raegan Byrd’s homework assignments present a nightly challenge: How much can she get done using just her smartphone?
The city-run Aliante Golf Club is tearing out 129,000 square feet of grass, cutting the property’s overall water use by more than 7 million gallons a year.
Researchers found a sky full of expectant mothers last week at locations in the Mormon Mountains, about 75 miles northeast of Las Vegas, during an annual bat survey.
Grab a pair of binoculars, head outside and focus on Jupiter, which will be visible all night on Monday.
New tools are coming to fight robocalls, but don’t expect unwanted calls to disappear.
The company first identified the issue on its Google Cloud status dashboard at 3:25 p.m. Eastern time.
In a made-for-TV visit to the proposed burial site for the nation’s nuclear waste in Nye County, Nevada’s senior senator vows to block efforts to restart licensing process.
Aptiv is the automotive technology company that outfits the 30 BMW 5 Series vehicles used in the Lyft program with various sensors, cameras and computers.
A fertility clinic in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai emailed scientist He Jiankui to seek training in gene editing.
Las Vegas has seen some strange weather so far in 2019, with unusually cool, wet conditions that set records and helped reduce water use.