The agency announces plans to burn debris starting Tuesday in the upper Cathedral Rock Picnic Area high in Kyle Canyon, weather conditions permitting.
If you think you have been receiving more calls on your cellphone from numbers you don’t know, you are not alone.
Scientists are finding evidence that so-called zombie cells play a big role in aging and the health woes that come along with it.
A trade group has reinstated an award to the makers of a robotic sex toy for women that it had taken away four months ago for not keeping with its image.
Center for Biological Diversity says it will seek federal endangered species protection for the white-margined beardtongue in an effort to block Clark County plan to open roughly 40,000 acres of federal land to development.
Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and others from its main service and from Instagram, saying they violated the company’s ban against hate and violence.
Wildlife officials are close to declaring victory over a non-native fish that’s been chowing down on the endangered Moapa dace, which inhabit the upper reaches of Southern Nevada’s Muddy River.
Two years after his last Las Vegas speech on climate change, former Vice President Al Gore returned to the valley Tuesday with a similar message of alarm and optimism.
With Las Vegas on the forefront of autonomous vehicle testing, a natural question is when will self-driving vehicles be the norm on our nation’s roads?
Facebook said it expects a fine of up to $5 billion from the Federal Trade Commission, which is investigating whether the social network violated its users’ privacy.
The American Lung Association says Las Vegas has some of the highest ozone levels in the nation, but Clark County air quality officials insist the community is improving when it comes to the smog-causing pollutant.
The toxic element is turning up in the feathers of peregrine falcons from coast to coast, including those living full time at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, according to a new study by Nevada Department of Wildlife biologist Joe Barnes.
A giant six-engine aircraft with the world’s longest wingspan completed what company officials called a superb initial flight over California’s Mojave Desert.
Dozens of rare relict leopard frogs were set free Thursday in their new urban habitat at the Springs Preserve, part of the effort to revive the species thought to be extinct along the Virgin and Colorado rivers before it was discovered anew near Lake Mead in 1991.
The team behind the Israeli spacecraft that crashed into the moon moments before touchdown was working Friday to try and piece together what derailed the ambitious mission, which sought to make history as the first privately funded lunar landing.