As National News Literacy Week comes to an end, one Nevada journalism professor says media professionals need to make building trust with their audiences a top priority.
Nevada is still waiting for official designation of a new national monument. In late November, President Joe Biden said he is "committed" to protecting Avi Kwa Ame, known by some as Spirit Mountain, an area spanning about 450,000 acres near Laughlin.
Massachusetts is leading a coalition of 22 attorneys general in filing an amicus brief supporting the Biden administration's student debt cancellation plan.
Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents Chief of Staff and Special Counsel Robert Kilroy resigned Thursday after just three months on the job.
The federal government plans to pay farmers that draw water from the Colorado River to take less, one piece of a multi-pronged plan to reduce usage.
Some of the state's top experts will speak out tonight on the greatest water issues facing Nevada.
Arizona's water authorities are hinting that either Southern California's governing water bodies or the group of upriver states along the Colorado River are responsible for talks breaking down between them.
Arizona and Nevada will see less water from the Colorado River under new plans released Tuesday by the federal government because of ongoing and severe drought.
Officials have begun to examine what could have caused a transformer to explode at the Hoover Dam.
Water conservation groups are speaking out against a plan from the states of New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah to divert less water from the Colorado River.