Wanna get away? Southwest Airlines resumed daily nonstop flights Tuesday between San Jose and Reno.
The Friday meeting between President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and seven Western US governors focused on wildfire prevention and response. KTVU's Greg Lee reports.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak, both Democrats, held a brief morning tour of damage from the Tamarack Fire south of Lake Tahoe.
Wednesday's tour of the Tamarack Fire along the state line comes as numerous wildfires char land and homes in a dozen states.
Governor Gavin Newsom spent a portion of the day Wednesday with Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak. The two toured the damage caused by the Tamarack Fire, which is burning in both states. KTVU's Rob Roth reports.
The airport serving Nevada’s second largest metro area faces a shortage of jet fuel that could force the cancellation of cargo and passenger fights, potentially restricting the flow of tourists and essential goods into the northern part of the state.
Aftershocks have hit the region between Northern California and Nevada Friday after a magnitude 6 earthquake sent large boulders rolling into highways and knocked smaller items off shelves.
Several earthquakes struck along the California-Nevada state line Thursday afternoon.
As the 2021 wildfire season begins in California, more state-of-the-art pan-tilt-zoom ALERTWildfire cameras are being set up in the Bay Area to capture the first glimpses and signs of fire ignitions.
A new law approved by the Nevada Legislature and signed by Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak paves the way for marijuana consumption lounges to open in the state next year.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been investigating the case as a homicide after a group of hikers discovered the boy's body 10 days ago on a trail in Mountain Springs, Nevada.
The cancellation of Burning Man for the second year is drawing mixed reaction in northern Nevada. Businesses say they’ll miss the economic boost from festival-goers, meanwhile health officials are glad they won’t contribute to increasing the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Conservationists on the California-Nevada border are experimenting with a new way to try to revive forests devastated by wildfires: by using drones to rain balls of nutrients, soil and pine seeds over the ravaged landscapes.
Health officials reported six more cases of liver illness believed to be linked to the bottled water brand Real Water. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has opened a probe into the company.
Burning Man organizers announced Tuesday they are canceling this summer’s annual counter-culture festival in the Nevada desert for the second year in a row because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Proposed federal infrastructure funding for rail projects has transportation planners taking another look at a Los Angeles-to-Las Vegas passenger route and a high-speed rail line along the I-15 corridor to Victorville.
The lakes that store water supplying millions of people in the U.S. West are projected to shrink to historic lows in the coming months, dropping to levels that could trigger the federal government's first-ever official shortage declaration.
Two California tech companies have announced plans to bring their businesses to Reno, perfect examples of the type of firms local economic development officials are targeting to diversify the region’s economy.
A Nevada town is trying to block the U.S. government from renovating a 115-year-old earthen irrigation canal with a plan that would eliminate leaking water that local residents use to fill their own wells.
More than 5,100 responses have come in to a panel planning a permanent memorial to the 2017 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that became the deadliest in modern U.S. history.