Las Vegas airport reports record passenger volume in 2022

Several rankings put the airport among the top 10 busiest for passenger traffic in the U.S.

Suspect in Vegas reporter’s murder may represent himself

Robert Telles’ trial on a murder charge is currently scheduled in November.

Nevada lithium mine wins ruling; green energy fights rage on

The ruling marks a significant victory for Canada-based Lithium Americas Corp.

Murder trial postponed in Vegas reporter’s killing

Robert “Rob” Telles’ new trial date was reset for Nov. 6.

Amodei: Senate staff member blocking land transfers

Amodei is setting up a meeting with the staffer's boss, Sen. Joe Manchin, D- W.Va.

Solutions promoted at sex trafficking summit in Carson City

Event was an in-depth conversation about opportunities and difficulties arising from the state’s battle against an “ecosystem” of sexual exploitation.

Nevada’s local governments seek more governing powers from Legislature

Local governments in Nevada are seeking more autonomy on how they choose replacements on their boards, organize their management structure and distribute legal notices to the public, and the legislative session that begins Monday may be their opportunity to get it.

Fernley man arrested after Wednesday standoff

On February 1, 2023, at approximately 1240 hours, Lyon County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to the area of Olive Branch Court in Fernley, Nevada for a report of a male subject discharging a firearm in the street.

‘Dances With Wolves’ actor arrested in Vegas sex abuse case

The alleged cult leader is accused of sexually assaulting Indigenous girls over two decades.

GM conditionally OKs $650M Nevada mine investment

The investment is contingent on the Thacker Pass project clearing environmental and legal challenges.

Pressure to count Colorado River water lost to evaporation

More than 10% of the water carried by the Colorado River evaporates, leaks or spills.

Gilman: Partner wants to build ring road around Fernley

Gilman said plans for the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center II include the ring road.

Western Nevada snowpack puts ‘dent’ in drought

U.S. Drought Monitor lists the region in moderate drought conditions.

Treasurer’s office encourages Nevadans to collect unclaimed property

The search is free and can be accessed at

Recent snowfalls may slow water level decline at Lake Mead

Forecasted levels mean Lake Mead would remain in shortage conditions for at least a third consecutive year.