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Sisolak announces details of Phase Two reopening after initial delay

Nevada’s advancement to Phase Two of the state’s reopening got off to an inauspicious start when Gov. Steve Sisolak cancelled an in-person news conference...
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Critics blast Amodei bombing range bill as ‘public lands giveaway’

The Navy's request for more than 600,000 acres of Nevada public land to expand its training range is at the heart of a federal...
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The summer heat is coming as Nevadans struggle to pay cooling bills

WASHINGTON — In Nevada, access to air conditioning can be a matter of life and death.The desert heat could be even deadlier this summer,...

SNWA makes it official, shelves long-contested water pipeline project

After three-decades and $330 million dollars the Southern Nevada Water Authority voted Thursday to suspend plans to build a 250-mile pipeline that would have...
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Now would be a good time to talk about the Green New Deal

I’m a young person in the 21st century, and I’ve been prepping for the apocalypse for as long as I can remember. Las Vegas...
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Climate change is a ‘death by a thousand cuts’

Earth Day may have come and gone last month with relatively little fanfare, thanks to the statewide stay-at-home order banning public gatherings. But Nevada...

Can more conservation, less wildlife trade help prevent the next pandemic?

WASHINGTON — As the United States reels from COVID-19, scientists and environmentalists say beefing up conservation efforts could help protect humanity from future pandemics. Lawmakers...
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5 ballot questions Nevadans will vote on this November

Nevadans will decide more than the White House occupancy this November.Also appearing on the 2020 general election ballot will be at least five state-level...

Volunteers work to reduce wild horse population

A group of volunteers in Northern Nevada are taking refuge amidst the coronavirus pandemic in the great outdoors while providing a much needed service.  What...
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Shutdown clears Southern Nevada’s air

The air is cleaner.As businesses temporarily close and people limit travel amid the coronavirus pandemic, data gathered by the Clark County’s Department of Environment...


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