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Nevada files to end Yucca Mountain nuke dump plan

Nevada has filed a motion with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission designed to permanently end efforts to build a nuclear waste dump north of Las Vegas.

Weapons-grade plutonium secretly sent to Nevada removed

Nevada had argued the clandestine shipment of plutonium to the Nevada National Security Site amounted to a “secret plutonium smuggling operation.”

Lombardo says he'll fight U.S. abortion ban

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham has proposed a near-total abortion ban after 15 weeks.

Nevada looks to conservation as Colorado River dwindles

Unlike other states, Nevada has one main river user: Las Vegas.

Protection sought for snail near Nevada mine

The Kings River pyrg is a springsnail found in 13 isolated springs around Thacker Pass in Humboldt County.

Mogul, UFO believer spending big in governor’s race

Robert Bigelow has donated $5.7 million to Joe Lombardo's campaign and to political action committees supporting him.

$10K reward for Nevada wild horse killers

Five wild horses were shot last fall in eastern Nevada bout 70 miles west of the Utah line.

Nevada wildlife department confirms presence of bird flu

The Nevada Department of Wildlife, in coordination with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has confirmed Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in wild bird populations in Nevada.

Wednesday collisions tie up traffic across the county

A motorcyclist was transported by helicopter after going off Highway 208 near Holbrook Junction

Nevada State Parks will be ‘fee-free’ Sept. 24

Nevada residents and visitors are invited to celebrate Nevada Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 24 with a “fee-free” day.

NDOT Board approves series of road projects

In the Carson City area, work includes upgrading a multi-use path along U.S. 50 in eastern Carson City.

Feds OK Nevada EV charging stations plan

Nevada can now be reimbursed for the costs of installing EV charging stations and other projects directly related to the chargers.

Demolition starts at 2 Station casinos in Vegas

The properties had remained shuttered since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020.

Nevada gets $101M windfall for road work

The money was awarded as part of the program taking federal highway funds from states that were unable to use their allotment.

Slain Las Vegas reporter spent career chasing corruption

Jeff German took on plenty of powerful and dangerous people.

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