U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said the nation has a “moral obligation” to build Yucca Mountain in Nye County.
The U.S. Department of Energy is moving forward with plans to construct a new cell for mixed low-level waste at Area 5 of the Nevada National Security Site.
The preliminary injunction issued by District Judge James Wilson could delay a planned July 1 start date for recreational marijuana sales in Nevada.
North Las Vegas resident later worked as tireless veterans advocate and helped shape “stolen valor” laws aimed at war hero pretenders.
The U.S. Department of Energy will remove 5,000 cubic feet of low-level waste from the Tonopah Test Range as part of the clean-up effort, officials said.
Local residents can expect higher than normal daytime temperatures as a heat wave envelops the Pahrump Valley this week.
DEATH VALLEY – The driest place in the U.S. is bracing for its first extremely hot week of the year as temperatures in Death Valley National Park are expected to soar above 120 degrees.
A Pahrump man, known simply as the “goat man,” otherwise known as Dr. Walt Cosdon, has been seen driving around in his pickup truck with Bambi the goat throughout the town for the past nine years.
A bill to expedite the licensing and development of Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site in Nevada was passed by a subcommittee on Thursday, clearing the first hurdle for legislation expected to be taken up in the House this year.