Firefighters in the Washoe Valley have lost a seven year fight with bats, forcing the emergency responders to indefinitely abandon one of the two fire stations in the Valley.
The Colorado River Basin is drying up, but nobody can agree on how to start solving the problem.
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $300,000 grant to fund “Buen Aire Para Todos,” or Good Air for All, a program to improve air quality in East Las Vegas.
With Nevada’s general election taking place in a few months, more focus will be on the winners of the recent primary elections.
The Nevada Department of Veterans Services recently hosted its first ever Nevada Transition Assistance Program (NVTAP) in-person event that had military members learn about support resources available to them while they transition back to civilian life.
NASA has released new satellite images that show Lake Mead’s water level dropping rapidly since 2000.
According to the Nevada Department of Employment,Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR), Nevada’s June 2022 economic report shows that the Silver State added 7,600 jobs during the month, and job growth is up 90,400 since June 2021—a 6.6 percent annual increase.
There have long been rail vehicles that are propelled by foot. Since the 1850s, maintenance personnel have traveled the train rails and carried out repairs on “rail bikes.”
AB349, a bill which shut the “classic car loophole,” prior to the bill a loophole existed which permitted an increasing number of older, dirtier vehicles to avert polluted air inspections.
During the month of June, Nevada added roughly 7,600 jobs with most jobs being added to the education, health, professional, and business industries.