The Department of Energy on Thursday announced a deal to recover $200 million in taxpayer funds from Tonopah Solar Energy, a Nevada solar project that never showed a profit.
The biggest, most sophisticated Mars rover ever built blasted off Thursday as part of a long-range project to bring the first Martian rock samples back to Earth.
Warnings are out about methanol in sanitizers. But there is a local option — a Las Vegas distillery has made a safe blend based on an approved FDA recipe.
UNLV scientists hope to help unravel some of the many mysteries of our planetary neighbor and even pave the way for humans to one day make the journey.
UNLV researchers took samples from stalagmites in Leviathan Cave revealing one of the hottest and driest periods the state had ever gone through — thousands of years ago. The worry is it could happen again.
From April to October, state herpetologist Jason Jones assigns volunteers to drive stretches of road from sunset to midnight looking for snakes and lizards.
Comet NEOWISE made another appearance on Saturday night across Las Vegas, and for a clearer view, in areas just outside the valley. Saturday night was the last night that the comet was expected to remain visible to the naked eye
The Comet NEOWISE is expected to remain visible to the naked eye through Saturday. For optimal viewing, it’s best to get away from bright city lights.
Initial gains in air quality from economic slowdown haven’t persisted, with more days recorded with high ozone pollution so far this year than in 2019, county report says.
The experimental vaccine, developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc., will start its most important step around July 27
NEOWISE is expected to remain visible to the naked eye until Saturday. It will be visible with binoculars or a telescope until the end of July, experts say.
The fear of exposure may prevent some people from seeking the help they need to avoid heat-related illnesses, the Clark County coroner said. Extreme temperatures are expected this weekend.
The seismic zone along the California-Nevada border has a long history of unleashing powerful temblors in the Silver State.
Nevada’s venomous rattlesnakes, Gila monsters and scorpions all can bite or sting. Here are tips to have positive interactions with wildlife in your backyard or hiking.
Perchlorates, produced in Henderson from the 1950s to the 1990s, are best remembered for touching off a massive explosion at the PEPCON plant manufacturing in 1988.