Google geothermal project in Winnemucca may be milestone

An advanced geothermal project has begun pumping carbon-free electricity onto the Nevada grid to power Google data centers.

Flags at half staff for officers killed in Las Vegas

Gov. Joe Lombardo ordered flags flown at half staff on Thursday in honor of two Nevada Highway Patrol officers killed by an alleged drunk driver early Thursday morning.

Meshing 2 generations on a Solar Valor trip

Bishop Manogue students receive personal lessons on World War II

It was the trip of a lifetime for both students and veterans old enough to be their grandparents. Generation Z, meet The Greatest Generation — the men and women who fought in the Pacific or on the European continent in World War II from late 1941 to 1945 — or others who saw action on the Korean peninsula from 1950-1953.

2 Nevada highway troopers hit, killed in Las Vegas

The release said the troopers, who have not been identified, were hit while assisting a motorist.

Build-for-rent new housing option in region

Build-to-lease or build-to-rent communities are developed by home builders who lease rather than sell the new residences.

Washoe schools searching for 5th superintendent in 10 years

Superintendent Susan Enfield announced she`s stepping down in February for personal reasons after just a year and a half on the job in Reno.

Carson City judge rejects statewide abortion initiative

The petition, if passed by voters, would have amended the state constitution to include the “fundamental right to reproductive freedom."

Judge ends election-fraud case against Washoe County

Judge James Russell dismissed the latest suit in Robert Beadles’ feud with the county with prejudice, meaning he cannot refile it.

Area ski resorts struggle to house employees

Seasonal employment at regional resorts spikes into the thousands when lifts start spinning in late November and early December.

Judge rules against tribes in fight over mine near massacre site

U.S. District Judge Miranda Du granted the government’s motion to dismiss claims the mine is being built illegally near the sacred site of an 1865 massacre along the Nevada-Oregon line.

Aviation director: New Las Vegas airport not just a dream

More than 48 million passengers passed through Reid International's gates in the first seven months of this year.

Vegas reinvents itself as 'Sports Capital of the World'

Professional sports leagues continue to flock to Nevada's largest city, seeing dollar signs in their eyes.

AP source: Ford probing fake electors in 2020 for Trump

The probe adds to official scrutiny of fake electors in several swing states won by President Joe Biden in 2020.

Reno man arrested on charges of vehicle burglaries in Fernley

A 29-year-old Reno man was arrested on Sunday after the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office investigated multiple vehicle burglaries in Fernley.

Nevada Guard PAO to give Veterans Day talk

Emerson Marcus, public affairs officer with the Nevada Air National Guard and associate editor of the Nevada Historical Society Quarterly The Q, will give a talk on Veterans Day on the 75th anniversary of the Nevada Air National Guard 1948-2023: Building the Total Force for National Security at Home and Abroad.