Vegas Man Fined After Rescuing Baby Falcon From New MexicoA Las Vegas man says he was fined after trying to nurse a baby falcon he found in New Mexico while visiting family and bringing it to Nevada for treatment.
Search Continues For Missing Swimmer At Lake MeadTwo men were swimming from a boat on Lake Mead near Hoover Dam before both began to struggle on Sunday. National Park Service volunteers were in a nearby boat and rescued one of the men. The second man never re-surfaced.
Update: Body Of Missing Man At Lake Mead FoundOfficials at Lake Mead said they found a body matching the clothing description of a 22 year old man who was reported missing.
Desert Princess Loses Power, But Passengers Are OkayPark officials say around 12:30 p.m. the Lake Mead Interagency Communication Center, or dispatch, received a radio distress call from the Desert Princess, reporting that the vessel had somehow lost power with 163 passengers on board.
Pelicans, Swans Illegally Killed in Nevada Wildlife AreasGame wardens in Nevada say they've seen what they call an alarming increase in illegally killed waterfowl after a hunting season closed Jan. 29 in two wildlife management areas in southern Nevada.
US, Nevada Crews Reseeding 10,000 Acres of Burned RangelandState and federal land managers launched an aerial reseeding effort to stabilize and rehabilitate more than 10,000 acres of public land burned by wildfires in eastern Nevada last year.
Reward Offered in Mule Deer Killings Near Mount CharlestonState officials say a $3,000 reward has been posted for information about the shooting deaths of eight mule deer left to waste during a three-week span in September near Mount Charleston.
Pesky Peacocks Pose Problems for Newton's Vegas NeighborsFeathers are flying in the neighborhood around Wayne Newton's estate, where residents are complaining that peafowl like the ones on the Las Vegas showman's 40-acre ranch have become roosting, roaming pests.
Drunk Boating CrackdownMulti-agency effort planned for the weekend
Las Vegan Convicted Of PoachingHunter shot deer in an area he wasn't allowed to
Missing Family Found Alive, OKFamily found after two nights in sub-zero weather
Gone Fishing? Wash Off Those Waders! The Nevada Department of Wildlife wants anglers to help stem the spread of New Zealand mud snails in southern Nevada.

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