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Fire burns main building of Mount Charleston Lodge

Fire on Friday burned the main building of the Mount Charleston Lodge

Giant California sequoias wrapped in aluminum as fire nears

The colossal General Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest was wrapped for protection against the possibility of intense flames

COVID cases rise in Washoe and rural counties

Nevada health officials say while COVID cases are down 4.5 percent over the past two weeks in Clark County.

Official: Airport TSA snag for new Nevada DMV cards fixed

The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles says newly designed state driver's licenses should no longer cause security snags at airports in most of the U.S.

Nevada roadway deaths up 26 percent through August

As of the end of August, 243 people have died on Nevada’s roadways in 2021.

New design of Nevada licenses a problem for TSA scanners

A change in newly issued Nevada driver's licenses means airport security screeners may have to manually check the credentials because their scanners for now won't read the bar codes

Sisolak signs order mandating vaccinations for health care workers

He said proof of vaccination will be required by Nov. 1.

Nevada's pandemic relief spending plan for schools approved

The approved $1.1 billion plan outlines Nevada's strategy to reopen all schools for in-person learning in the current school year

Squaw Valley announces name change to Palisades Tahoe

Tribes in the region had been asking the resort for a name change for decades.

Reno City Council backs ban on wildlife killing contests

Unlike predators such as gray wolves or prey species such as elk, coyotes have no species protections and can be killed without licenses.

Northern Nevada wild-horse roundup aims to move 600 animals

The wild-horse roundup by the Bureau of Land Management is set to run for up to 15 days.

Tahoe Symphony presents 9/11 Memorial Concert Series starting Sunday

The concert will be repeated on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. at CVIC Theater in Minden

Nevada Supreme Court takes up public employee-lawmakers case

The Nevada Supreme Court took up a thorny question: Should a person who makes the law also enforce the law?

Balloon festival’s 40th year highlights enthusiasm, camaraderie

This year’s Great Reno Balloon Race festival celebrated its 40th anniversary at Rancho San Rafael Regional Park in Reno.

Sweeping new vaccine mandates for 100 million Americans

President Joe Biden announced sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million.

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