The man contacted Mohave County Sheriff’s Office to clarify what happened to him in the Grand Canyon after reports that he was left behind by his hiking group.
A 63-year-old man who was injured while backpacking through Grand Canyon National Park told first responders that he was left behind by his hiking group.
Death Valley National Park and its main highway are still recovering from record rainfall from Tropical Storm Hilary.
Repair costs are estimated at $6 million, but only for one of the park’s main roads, State Route 190, and a small part of State Route 136.
After rain turned the Burning Man festival into a muddy mess, attendees were sheltering in place.
It’s unclear when visitors will be allowed to return to Death Valley National Park, officials said. Crews are repairing road damage from Tropical Storm Hilary.
The grocery store will open its first location in Southern Nevada, offering its “extreme-value” products.
The concept joins several other restaurants already announced for the $780 million project set to open this fall in the southwestern valley.
Road crews cleared a lane on State Route 190, allowing 400 people to leave Death Valley National Park.
Charles Anthony Falsetta Jr., 40, is being sought by police in connection with a woman’s death in southwest Las Vegas.
The Durango casino-resort, Station Casinos’ latest project, announced Monday plans to fill 1,200 positions for its Nov. 20 targeted opening.
The June 20 blaze, near the 215 Beltway and South Buffalo Drive, burned for four days, taking down all but one building at the complex.
The Durango Casino Resort will feature 200 hotel rooms, convention, meeting space, a resort pool, outdoor social areas and free parking.