Three years later, the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center still interacts with those affected by the mass shooting on a daily basis.
The Public Utilities Commission will vote Wednesday on whether the company can charge the statewide fee to pay for a natural disaster protection plan.
Top Nevada surrogates for President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden did their best to parse a chaotic first presidential debate Tuesday evening.
NV Energy and the Nevada Division of Forestry are using targeted goat grazing to reduce the risk of wildfire in Carson City’s Clear Creek watershed.
Nevada is substantially loosening its COVID-19 rules on large gatherings for both indoor and outdoor events and will allow for a limited number of spectators at sporting and other live entertainment events as part of a continued relaxation of restrictions.
The university has reported 304 cases since the fall semester began Aug. 24, according to its case tracking website. University officials say off-campus parties are still a problem.
The total number of confirmed cases stands at 78,728 as of Sunday morning.
Anyone with information can call NHP at 702-486-4100 or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
The Reno Burrito Project distributes 200 burritos every Sunday, a number made possible by a Go Fund Me campaign, an Instagram page to secure donations and volunteers, and support from across UNR.
With 602 additional coronavirus cases reported in Nevada on Saturday, state data showed the largest increase in cases in the past month.
Park MGM will be smoke-free next Wednesday. Other properties are going without smoking in certain locations. Is it time to take the big step like other states?
Gov. Steve Sisolak is expected next week to lift certain restrictions on youth sports and adjust capacity limits for gatherings, according to a Friday news release.
A keno player at a Laughlin casino struck it rich on consecutive days this week, taking home more than $250,000.
Smoke from Western wildfires has clouded the sky for much of September, and the county is forecasting similar conditions through at least Tuesday.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal grabbed 47 awards, including 26 top-three finishes in the urban journalism division, in the Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence this month.