Skiers had their last hurrah of the season at Lee Canyon on Sunday, a day that featured giveaways, live music and the annual pond-skim competition open to skiers and boarders of all ages.
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Soldiers from throughout the 17th Sustainment Brigade — the Nevada Army Guard’s largest — assembled Sunday morning at the North Las Vegas Readiness Center to mark the brigade’s change of command from from Col. Vernon L. Scarbrough to Col. Eric G. Wishart.
A longtime UNLV geology professor is leading a team of volunteers in the excavation of an adult fossilized Columbian mammoth at a remote, undisclosed site on federal land.
Pedestrian traffic fatalities are on the rise across the U.S., and Nevada is no exception, a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association shows.
Tickets during the main sale for this year’s Burning Man festival have sold out, with 30,000 tickets gone in about a half-hour.
Only a woman of genuine modesty would be asked to speak about women who made a difference in the arts in Nevada and fail to mention herself. Angie Wallin is that woman.
Companies looking to cash in on Nevada’s recreational marijuana market are in a race to get up and running or risk missing out on months of legal sales.
The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National Park.
The Las Vegas doctor convicted last week of 11 felony drug and financial counts still has an active license to practice medicine in Nevada, making him one of several state physicians who have faced criminal charges but escaped serious professional repercussions for years — or entirely.
Nevada Department of Wildlife biologists discover the containers once used to ship weapons of war are ideal breeding grounds for fish that lives only in a few remaining pools in northern Clark County.
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