The U.S. government on Monday finalized long-delayed rules that will require “quiet cars” like electric vehicles and hybrids to emit alert sounds at speeds of up to 18.6 mph to help prevent injuries among pedestrians, cyclists and the blind.
A bug on Facebook briefly converted profiles on the site into memorialized accounts Friday afternoon on Veterans Day.
A team of researchers from UNLV has announced the discovery of a set of fossilized footprints from a 290-million-year-old reptile on a rock slab in the Gold Butte area, about 115 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Kelly Redmond, a leading climate change expert based at the Desert Research Institute in Reno, died Thursday at age 64.
Local drone industry insiders say they are working to make Nevada the industry’s “global destination of choice” and consistently tout Nevada as an industry leader. But is it?
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., already reeling from a global recall of its Note 7 smartphones, said on Friday it would recall about 2.8 million top-load washing machines in the United States following reports of injuries.
NV Energy, showing the potential for use of drones in dangerous work in the inspection industry, announced on Tuesday that it conducted its first power line inspection using drones from June 29-July 1.
Las Vegas, a city known for its lights, is serving as the pilot site for a new off-the-grid technology that relies on a combination of footsteps and sunlight to brighten sidewalks.
Monday’s Google Doodle gives users the chance to help a wand-wielding cat named Momo make its way through a wizard academy and defeat ghosts by doodling lines on the screen.
A study of mice infected with Zika showed the virus caused lasting damage to key cells in the male reproductive system, U.S. researchers said on Monday.