On Sunday morning, after nine months of deployment in Kuwait, roughly 80 soldiers from the Nevada Army Guard’s Bravo Company, 422nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, reunited with friends and family at the Las Vegas Readiness Center.
Nevada’s burgeoning rooftop solar industry crashed and burned last year after new rates for net metering were approved that did away with financial incentives for the green energy investment. Now several state lawmakers want to get the industry back on track and growing again.
State transportation officials are working hard to keep up with building roads to accommodate the flood of people moving into the northwest end of Las Vegas.
Motorcycle fatalities increased by more than 50 percent last year in Clark County, according to data provided by the Nevada Department of Public Safety.
Plenty of shopping centers in Southern Nevada are filled with retailers and shoppers. But not every plaza is so lucky. Large, empty stores have left gaping holes in some retail centers around the valley.
As measured by human landmarks, Zealandia encompasses New Zealand and the island of New Caledonia about 1,500 miles to the north.
Can you define what a “smart city” means for where you live? Neither can many of your local and state officials — but they will tell you that’s the kind of city they want to create.
Hundreds of scientists, environmental advocates and their supporters held a rally in Boston on Sunday to protest what they see as increasing threats to science and research in the U.S.
When UNLV began wh at it became a storied basketb all program in 1958, it didn’t go so well, with the Rebels l osing their first nine games. They wouldn’t know such misery again until now.
A SpaceX rocket soared from NASA’s long-idled moonshot pad Sunday, sending up space station supplies from the exact spot where astronauts embarked on the lunar landings nearly a half-century ago.
Clark County School District officials argue that schools exit the Turnaround Zone in better standing than they entered. Yet nine of 13 schools that have exited still fall below state averages, either in math and reading proficiency levels or in composite ACT scores.
Clark County alone is home to 67 “high-hazard” dams, which have potential to inflice death and destruction in the event of a failure.