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Summer is ending, the fall cooldown is coming, and with it the best time to add new plants and trees. Planting now gives them several months to establish their roots before the hot weather returns.State of Nevada spoke with two plant experts about the joys of gardening and how to avoid any growing pains. Here are some of the topics:…
 
In the early 1960s, the Windsor Park neighborhood came to life in North Las Vegas.Southern Nevada was segregated at the time and Windsor Park was an opportunity for Black residents to own a home.Decades later, a receding aquifer and seismic faults below the development have damaged many of the homes, and streets are full of empty plots where houses…
 
A growing number of hospitals in the Mountain West are facing an unprecedented surge of COVID-19 patients. Almost all of them are unvaccinated.“They're all hugely regretting not getting the vaccination,” said Kelsey Erikson, an intensive care nurse in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where the number of pandemic cases is near where it was at its peak last win…
 
The Caldor Fire, one of the largest wildfires in California history, has been burning in the Lake Tahoe area since late August, scorching more than 200,000 acres.The flames are about 75% contained, and people are making their way back to homes and businesses as more roads open up, including Highway 50 on Tuesday.But the impact of the fire could be …
 
President Joe Biden’s signed an executive order last month with the goal of having half of all cars sold in 2030 be electric, part of his agenda to address global warming.In some ways, Nevada has a headstart, with the state already supporting EV technology through investments in charging infrastructure, renewables, and electricity distribution.…
 
Most Las Vegans knew the Mount Charleston Lodge as a place to beat the heat during the summer.For the few hundred people who call Mount Charleston home, the lodge, which burned to the ground last week, was more.“You had Christmas parties for the whole community. And there would always be for a fundraiser at a charity of one kind or another,” said S…
 
A Texas man is suing to recover nearly $87,000 taken from him at a Nevada Highway Patrol traffic stop early this year.Stephen Lara of Lubbock, Texas, says troopers confiscated his life savings after he got pulled over near Reno while heading to visit family in California.Lara told State of Nevada a trooper told him he was following a truck too clos…
 
Aid for AIDS of Nevada holds its 35th Black & White Party this weekend to benefit those coping with HIV and AIDS.The event Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel returns after a one-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which to some echoed the early days of AIDS.“The sense of dread that there is no cure, that there is no treatment, we don't know …
 
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