A twin-engine jet crash near a golf course in the Lake Tahoe area killed everyone aboard and ignited a wildfire that was quickly contained before it threatened the town of Truckee, California, authorities said Monday.
Camp Cartwheel, the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s four-day camp program for children diagnosed with chronic or critical illnesses and their siblings, goes virtual for a second year due to pandemic concerns.
A storm system in Pahrump early Monday dumped a heavy downpour that flooded much of the Nye County town.
Las Vegas police said a man has been “found safe” after he went missing in the east valley on Sunday morning.
“This is a benchmark moment,” Kyle Roerink, executive director of the Great Basin Water Network, said Sunday. “And it’s not going to be the last one this summer.”
State and federal lawmakers say they’re investigating a possible shortage of jet fuel that could delay cargo delivery and passenger travel at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
Nevada’s third Buffalo Soldiers Day was celebrated Saturday to honor the country’s all-Black military units.
Maybe the delta variant of COVID-19 that is causing a sharp rise in cases in nearly every state is getting more Nevada residents to get the shot.
A fire near Lake Tahoe had burned more than 65,000 acres Saturday, prompting a state of emergency declaration from the governor, evacuations and major highway closures.
When it is young, a bottletree needs about 20 to 30 gallons each time it is watered. But the soil shouldn’t be continuously wet six days a week. The roots need a chance to breathe.
The advancing 58,000-acre Tamarack Fire south of Lake Tahoe, which crossed into Nevada from California on Wednesday, prompted Douglas County officials and Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday to declare a state of emergency.
A company is claiming Henderson officials inaccurately labeled it a “sexually oriented business.” Now, the business has taken the city to court.
State data shows Hispanics now make up the largest portion of overdue Nevadans for the COVID-19 vaccine. In April it was whites.
“I was that skeptical dude that I thought COVID was a joke,” Sgt. Tom “T.J.” Jenkins says in a video posted online. “… I’m here to tell you it almost took me off this planet.”
A Las Vegas animal welfare nonprofit has reached what it is calling a milestone in performing its 160,000th spay and neuter surgery in its 21st year of operation.