Nevada top 2024 battleground target from senate to president, GOP says
"Nevada is a Biden state that looks increasingly like we have a shot at flipping," the Republican National Committee told Newsweek.
Republicans are targeting House Democrats where Latino voters will be key
"Republicans are making inroads with Latinos throughout the country and we will be playing offense from Colorado to Nevada and beyond," the NRCC told Newsweek
Which states have fungal infection Candida auris?
There are confirmed recorded cases of Candida auris in 28 states and D.C. as of December 2022, with cases jumping by 95 percent between 2020 and 2021.
Latino Dems who beat swing state election deniers will run 2024 elections
"The fact that we were sane and reasonable and civilized has a lot more to do with our wins than being Latino," said Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes.
Fact Check: Was Joe Biden on Air Force One with "little boy"?
False stories about the president have followed him throughout his term in office.
Woman's body left in car at airport parking lot for weeks: Report
It is unclear whether an employee had inventoried the car and why the vehicle was allowed to remain in the temporary parking area for 23 days.
Biden says climate change could dry up Colorado River. Is it possible?
The president reiterated that temperatures need to stay below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Has rain helped Lake Mead water levels?
A particularly wet season has swept across the southwestern U.S., but Lake Mead is still in trouble.
Harry Reid's machine takes control again in Nevada, a boon for Dems in 2024
"What it means for candidates and national Democrats is that they don't have to worry about this going into 2024," a Nevada political observer told Newsweek.
Dogs adopted after joint 301 days in shelter thanks to "magical" campaign
"Our longest residents are magical," said the shelter sharing some of the dogs waiting for their forever homes.
Jeremy Renner doing "whatever it takes" to recover after snowplow accident
The actor, who underwent surgery after his harrowing accident, has shared updates as he continues on his road to recovery.
Nevada Care Flight crash leaves five dead
The aircraft operator confirmed to Newsweek that there were no survivors.
Lake Mead: where does it get its water and is it filling up?
The largest man-made reservoir in the U.S. lies on the Colorado River, one of the most important bodies of water in the southwest.
Colorado River drainage basin explained
The Colorado River drainage basin is made up of seven states and spreads for about 246,000 square miles.
Florida Man suffered heart attack at casino table as game continued: Suit
The man's family alleges that the handling of the situation worsened the impact on his health, while the hotel has dismissed the suit's claims as "false."
Shooting inside Nevada brothel ends with employee in custody
Deputies responded after reports of gunshots at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel in Mound House near Carson City.
What happens if Lake Mead hits dead pool and Hoover Dam stops working?
Any damage to the Hoover Dam could be catastrophic for the southwest.
Blizzard warning in place as videos show rare Las Vegas snowfall
Multiple social media videos showing people in the Nevada city enjoying a white Valentine's Day going about their days with light snow.
Why was the Hoover Dam built?
The Hoover Dam is the most visited in the world, but it is far more than just a tourist attraction and remains vital to the surrounding region.
Famed Oscar Mayer Wienermobile latest victim of catalytic converter theft
The iconic hot dog-shaped vehicle was parked in a Las Vegas hotel lot when the theft is believed to have happened.
When will the megadrought gripping southwestern states end?
The megadrought has been around for over 20 years, and may stay for many more years due to the impacts of climate change.
'Downwind': How did America create its own nuclear disaster?
Between 1951 and 1962, nuclear weapons were tested above ground at the Nevada Test Site. This released plumes of radioactive material into the atmosphere.
Why increased snowpack may not help Lake Mead water levels
Snowpack may be used to fill Lake Powell rather than Lake Mead, as officials try to plan the future of the drying up reservoirs.
Is Lake Mead filling back up?
While Lake Mead's water levels have increased by a few feet since December 2022 thanks to the recent rain, it is projected to hit record lows later in 2023.
Who is Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse? Charges facing Native American actor
The Las Vegas home of "Dances With Wolves" actor Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse has been raided following an investigation into alleged sexual assault.
Lake mead water shortage: Have water levels risen?
The Colorado River reservoir is rapidly approaching deadpool level, which would stop electricity production at the Hoover Dam.
Lake Mead water levels set to reach all time low in 2023
The Colorado River reservoir could reach lows of 1,024.47 feet by November as it rapidly inches closer to dead pool.
How Lake Mead water levels look after weeks of heavy rainfall
There was extremely heavy rainfall across the region, during one of the severest droughts the U.S. has ever seen.
Lake Mead update: Plane found months after emergency water landing
"Officials did not expect to find any survivors," Keri Rodgers said. "Three hours after the plane went down, both survivors were miraculously found unscathed.
What will happen to Las Vegas if Lake Mead water level gets too low?
"Dead pool conditions would mean the end of all electric production," climate scientist Joellen Russell told Newsweek.