The state’s largest utility firm, NV Energy, no longer wants to combine its two subsidiaries, more than a year after it first filed plans for the merger.
The Nevada Assembly voted 30-12 in favor of a wide-ranging water conservation bill that could lead to caps on residential water use in Las Vegas.
Years after officials shut down a Nye County boarding school, another facility on the same property is facing allegations that have led to fines and criminal charges.
Michael Durmeier, 39; his fiancee, Lauren Starcevich, 38; and his daughter Georgia, 12, died in the crash on March 27, 2021.
High winds, snow and rain are expected to continue into the weekend with heavy snowfall expected for the Spring Mountains, says the National Weather Service. Some parts of Northern Nye County could receive more than a foot of snow.
Nevada’s average price for a carton of eggs has surged to $6.07 at the end of 2022, while the national average is $4.25, according to Catherine Cortez Masto’s letter.
Nevada has long had a fascination with the extraterrestrial that goes beyond the Area 51 mythology.
Many people can’t qualify for a mortgage, as they can’t afford the higher payments brought on by rising interest rates.
Seven weeks after the shooting, survivor Roy McClellan laid down in the right lane of Highway 160 near Homestead Road in Pahrump and was run over by a Chevrolet Camaro that sped off, police said. The death was ruled a suicide.
State police won’t investigate Nye County deputies who failed to stop an intoxicated driver who killed three people. A county district attorney is continuing to push for a probe.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes fell in July, as Southern Nevada sees fewer sales, growing inventory and more price cuts.
While things appeared to be moving in the right direction in April, May inflation spiked again; the consumer price index (CPI) rose 1% to a year-over-year high of 8.6%
Nevada officials made their pitch Wednesday for the Silver State to have the first in the nation presidential primary election.
In a sign of the tough campaign to come, Gov. Steve Sisolak reserved $6 million in advertising for the general election.
With land prices accelerating in Las Vegas, home builders are increasingly eyeing rural communities sprinkled around Southern Nevada for potential new projects.