Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the U.S., is about to reach its lowest point since the installation of the Hoover Dam in the 1930s.
T-Mobile has been hit before by data theft but in the most recent case, “the sheer numbers far exceed the previous breaches,” said Gartner analyst Paul Furtado.
Allied Esports Entertainment is looking at options for the company’s future, including possibly exiting the business and selling its HyperX Esports Arena on the Las Vegas Strip.
Cold case detectives often rely on DNA evidence, and advancements in technology are giving decades-old samples new promise. Sometimes, though, a match isn’t enough.
The light show of the year is coming to an end soon and you can see it over Las Vegas or watch a livestream.
When the Las Vegas Valley experiences blazing hot summer temperatures, one community in particular – east Las Vegas — swelters more than other neighborhoods due to urban heat island effects.
The loss of the tortoises illustrates the challenges of bringing alternative energy sources to the Mojave Desert while still protecting its biodiversity.
A study published last week by scientists at the Desert Research Institute found that coronavirus infection rates increased disproportionately during wildfire season in 2020.
Byron Peterson, 80, who developed Wernicke’s aphasia as the result of a stroke, inspired a character in “The Ice Road,” a Netflix film starring Liam Neeson released in late June.
SpaceX’s first all-civilian flight crew experienced its first zero-gravity training this weekend, enlisting the help of McCarran International Airport.
Pahrump poolfish, only found in Nevada, have been successfully reintroduced to the Desert National Wildlife Refuge after months of removing predatory species.
Swashbuckling entrepreneur Richard Branson hurtled into space aboard his own winged rocket ship Sunday in his boldest adventure yet.