The Federal Emergency Management Agency has released new guidance to increase community resilience against extreme temperatures and weather.
Legislation lowering prescription drug costs, giving long-term substitute teachers insurance stipends, and protecting doctors who provide gender-affirming care all met Gov. Joe Lombardo’s veto stamp this legislative session.
People traveling to Nevada for abortions may soon have an added layer of protection against any draconian attempts to prosecute them for that choice, if a bill passed Monday by the legislature is signed by Gov. Joe Lombardo.
A Nevada Department of Wildlife biologist who sued Lake Tahoe bear activists for allegedly mounting a “vicious and calculated effort to damage his reputation and jeopardize his employment” is now on the hook for more than $150,000 in legal fees, costs, and damages.
Nevada’s pygmy rabbit population has been dwindling for decades and conservation groups are sounding the alarm.
Despite the rising costs of natural gas, NV Energy plans to build another gas dependent power plant in an attempt to address growing concerns about system reliability.
Nevada is set to receive $55.2 million for broadband infrastructure projects that will provide internet access to thousands of residents who still lack high-quality broadband.
That’s the story behind Tiehm’s buckwheat, a Nevada wildflower that’s in danger of going extinct due to it only growing in the spot where an Australian mining company is planning to open a lithium mine to procure battery materials for electric vehicles.
Nevada U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen provided a much-needed plan towards fixing the state’s pollution problem earlier this month, announcing that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is putting $1 million towards building air quality monitor systems across the state.
On October 12, 2022, the Nation celebrated President Biden’s historic decision to designate his administration’s first National Monument at Camp Hale, 20 miles north of Leadville, Colorado.