LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Nevada and other states in the Colorado River Basin continue to face a water crisis. Drought has stretched on for more than two decades and is compounded by the effects of climate change. Last year, Lake Mead dipped to an all-time low. Can human intervention make a difference? Can we…Read More
Governor Joe Lombardo signing a new law to help fight the drought and climate change in Nevada. More than a million dollars will be used over the next two years for cloud seeding. Conservation group Save Red Rock is celebrating the news as a big win.Read More
By Kim Passoth LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – The tremendous rainfall this winter has had an impact on Nevada’s drought. This time two years ago, Southern Nevada was in an exceptional drought, the worst possible category. Now, all of Clark County is either in a severe or moderate drought marking a significant improvement. Up at Lee…Read More
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Construction is now underway for a new housing development in Red Rock Canyon where the beloved Bonnie Springs Ranch used to be located. The 65 acres of land is now called ‘the Reserve at Red Rock Canyon.’Read More
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Clark County officials gave the green light to the construction of 429 homes by Red Rock Canyon, despite heated opposition and debate.Read More
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Can we make it rain or snow at Red Rock Canyon? One local group thinks so and is raising money for a new cloud seeding program.Read More
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – More and more visitors are coming to Red Rock Canyon every year, and the Bureau of Land Management is making changes to keep up with that. However, many outdoor enthusiasts are against the new proposals.Read More
Taking a ride to Red Rock Canyon may be getting more expensive. A new proposal by the Bureau of Land Management would add several fees so adjustments can be made to the National Conservation Area.Read More
The federal government owns 27.1% of all land in the United States, or 615.3 million of 2.27 billion acres. Federal lands are managed mostly for preservation, recreation, and the development of natural resources.Read More
By Caitlin Lilly ▪ LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – An event by the group behind the iconic Tour de France will be held in Las Vegas next year. According to a news release, L’Étape by Tour de France “offers amateur cyclists the ability to race or ride a stage of the Tour de France in their own…Read More
The land where Bonnie Spring Ranch stood until 2019 is getting new life.
A groundbreaking for the 65 acre parcel took place Tuesday morning.
The owners of the land Joel Laub and Randall Jones of The Reserve at Red Rock Canyon are converting the property to public use land plus an ultra luxury residential community.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — It’s being called the largest conservation bill in Nevada history. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto introduced the bill on Wednesday, along with a companion bill in the house by Congresswoman Dina Titus. The Southern Nevada Economic Development and Conservation Act would protect 2 million acres of federally-owned land, including in Red Rock…Read More