Eleven pedestrians died in September after being struck by vehicles on valley roadways, making it one of the deadliest months on record for pedestrians.
Volunteers led by Clark County’s Desert Conservation Program released 51 desert tortoises into the Boulder City Conservation Easement on Wednesday.
Nevada is home to more than 300,000 abandoned mines — mines that can kill you in an almost unimaginable number of ways.
The money will go toward the planting of about 3,000 trees in neighborhoods surrounding UNLV and in east Las Vegas, the Historic Westside and some parts of North Las Vegas.
An environmental group claims the federal government failed to protect a critical desert tortoise habitat in Southern Nevada.
The three men used a drone to harass a mule deer buck off of private property before illegally killing the animal, state wildlife officials announced.
An ancient volcanic lakebed on the Nevada-Oregon border could hold the largest known deposit of lithium in the world, according to a recent study.
The Regional Flood Control District has tried for years to get people to avoid going out into floodwaters, but its general manager said some people refuse to listen.
The amount and intensity of water that fell across the Las Vegas Valley over the weekend could rank up there with some of the biggest floods in the area’s history.
The annual fall drawdown of the Colorado River reservoir is part of an ongoing federal effort to restore populations of two endangered species.
States, cities, farmers, tribes and environmental groups shared comments as part of the process for rewriting the rules that govern how the Colorado River will be managed.
Drinking recycled sewage water is gaining steam across the West as cities grapple with the effects of more than two decades of drought that has dwindled water supplies from the Colorado River.