Most heat complaints to Nevada OSHA were about a lack of air conditioning, causing temperatures to soar and workers feeling nauseous, fatigued and dizzy.
Buen Aire Para Todos will install air quality monitors around east Las Vegas to track air pollution in one of the city’s most vulnerable communities.
One marina, once waterfront property, has been forced to continually move as water levels continue to decline. At another, 170 anchors weighing 12,000 pounds moved with it.
The current strain of bird flu has been circulating throughout the nation since late 2021 and was detected for the first time in Nevada in early July.
The water authority’s board of directors passed a resolution on Thursday to support the 600 square foot limit to new pools at single-family residences.
The Clark County Commission voted 6-0 in favor of a 600-square-foot limit to new single-family residential pools.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District has proposed a change to its service rules that would restrict new pool construction in single-family residences to 600 square feet.
Data shows that all of Clark County has been in extreme or exceptional drought since the week of May 10. In the next year, the odds of it ending stand at only 15 percent.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority will use federal money to remove sediment and revegetate portions of the Las Vegas Wash with native plants.
Visitors should expect long lines to get into the park and lengthy wait times for the park’s shuttle service.
Pablo Macias Lopez, a senior at Legacy High School in North Las Vegas, said he’ll be studying asteroid shapes and how they move and spin in space.
Ten minutes after a bomb dropped at the Nevada Test Site, shockwaves would travel 100 miles to rattle her family’s ranch in Nye County. She’s one of thousands of “downwinders.”
When air temperatures hit a record high of 109 degrees on June 10, NASA’s ECOSTRESS instrument captured even higher temperatures for street surfaces.
Everyone in Vegas seems to have a wind story this year. Maybe it’s a gust knocking down an unsuspecting pedestrian, a set of patio furniture ending up in a neighbor’s yard or dust covering your car.
A new program to protect employees from heat exposure and illness begins, as heat complaints increase and Southern Nevada experiences extreme temperatures.