The discoveries are leading them to question whether clothing dryer vents are emitting microplastics into the environment.
Adam Rogas, cybersecurity and fraud prevention company NS8’s co-founder, was arrested in mid-September and is facing federal charges.
The resort’s HVAC system pumps fresh air up from floors, allowing it to rise and carry smoke and other impurities with it.
Exterminators across the Las Vegas Valley are reporting a rise in residential rat calls during the pandemic.
Nevada residents can see the remains of Halley’s Comet in the Orionid meteor shower that peaks early Wednesday.
As the object gets closer, astronomers should be able to better chart its orbit and determine how much it’s pushed around by the radiation and thermal effects of sunlight.
The top U.S. public health agency said Monday that the coronavirus can spread more than 6 feet through the air, especially in poorly ventilated and enclosed spaces. But agency officials maintained that such spread is uncommon and current social distancing guidelines still make sense.
The U.S. will ban the use of the Chinese app WeChat on Sunday, citing national security concerns.
It’s months away from completion, but the entrepreneur who brought us Tesla and SpaceX in addition to The Boring Co. tunnel transit project wants to move people quickly.
A Las Vegas company that sells fraud prevention software has begun mass layoff days after its CEO abruptly resigned, throwing the company into a tailspin and prompting an internal investigation.
Andrew Pascal set out to build an app to aid in contact tracing in the state. He ended up bankrolling a privacy-centered solution to help all the state’s residents.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed Thursday that the company’s Nevada factory was the target of a “serious” cybersecurity hack.
After months of working from home, some customers are receiving their first notices that they are approaching their monthly internet data plan limit.
Zoom experienced partial outages during the first day of school for thousands of students who are relying on the video conferencing technology to connect with educators.
Last year the Southern Nevada Health District declared an outbreak after recording the most West Nile cases in a season. In 2020, no cases have been reported in Clark County.