Public health officials from Nevada recently reported the case of a woman who had died in Reno in September from what appears to be an incurable infection. Tests showed the superbug that spread in her system fend off 26 different antibiotics.
Outgoing US President Barack Obama has just issued an executive order that creates two new national monuments in Utah and Nevada, essentially protecting 1.65-million acres of land from development.
Stress has been accumulating in a handful of faults east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and may be next in their area for an earthquake.
The largest solar roof array in the U.S. now sits atop the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. At full capacity, it can supply 25% of the electricity use of the whole Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino operation.
Official keep an eye as Lake Mead water level shrinks to its lowest level in all time.
The MGM Resorts International opened a green park in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. It is a part of their efforts to prove that through management and sustainability efforts, even the desert can be a a suitable place for a green environment.
Researchers from Iowa State University have given a cat named Vincent new hope of leading a normal life with the help of unique prosthetics.
The earliest North American coral species that reappeared following the Triassic-Jurassic mass extinction were found at New York Canyon in Nevada. This sheds light on the corals' survival and recovery.
In Nevada, a young female bear was recently captured and then euthanized in the interest of public safety, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW). This marks the second Nevada bear killing in just a week - an unprecedented record that hints how local bear populations may be learning some bad habits.
Some grasses can be bred for salt-tolerance, meaning more fresh water for us.
Those celebrating the onset of 2015 in California and Nevada will be ringing in the New Year not just with champagne and sparklers, but also with the coldest winter weather yet, according to reports.
Nevada's ongoing drought continues to make food scarce in the mountains, forcing hungry black bears to openly forage in the middle of town, sometimes in the most unusual places, reports say.
Climate change and warming waters, according to a new study, threaten Nevada's endangered pupfish.