More than $2.4 million in CARES Act funding will go to support Las Vegas Valley families in need of emergency food and shelter.
The new kids on the desert block are getting a lot of attention at Camel Safari in Bunkerville.
The director of the Nevada Department of Public Safety has said, “Without question, Sgt. Jenkins was a hero to his community, his law enforcement colleagues, the state of Nevada and our country.”
All beaches, boat launches and associated parks in Bullhead City will be closed on weekends through Labor Day because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Mayor Tom Brady.
Closing the state’s $1.2 billion budget hole will be the prime focus of the upcoming special legislative session that will convene at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Carson City, according to a proclamation issued by Gov. Steve Sisolak.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency quickly approved disaster relief funds Tuesday to help fight a growing Northern Nevada wildfire.
You’ll want to get out of Las Vegas, this report says, but the Silver State’s wide-open spaces offer plenty of options.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated Nye County a natural disaster area because of drought conditions.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that students with an F-1 academic visa or M-1 vocational visa can’t take online-only classes during the fall semester.
Exposure to the coronavirus forced officials at Pahrump Justice Court to close its doors Tuesday. Essential hearings will be held via videoconference.
A Northern Nevada wildfire had grown to 2,500 acres as of Monday night, prompting the evacuation of neighborhoods around Gardnerville.
The seismic zone along the California-Nevada border has a long history of unleashing powerful temblors in the Silver State.
A procession for Nevada Highway Patrol Sgt. Ben Jenkins, who was fatally shot in the line of duty in March, is set for Wednesday morning in Elko.
A member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe has been named as the state’s new tribal emergency response coordinator, amid a report that coronavirus testing and assistance has been slow to reach Native American tribes.
Firefighters took advantage of the calmer weather conditions to make aerial water drops and had contained three-quarters of the fire on Mount Charleston by Friday evening.