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A retro hotel-casino in Las Vegas will soon host participants in the emerging sport of drone racing.
Vegas Inc reports that the Downtown Project says it will hold a drone competition at the vacant Western Hotel on Nov. 15.
Trespassing and blocking traffic charges were dropped Wednesday in Las Vegas against the last of more than 30 anti-drone protesters arrested nearly eight months ago at an entrance of a U.S. Air Force base.
A group of anti-drone advocates planned to again plead their cause in a Las Vegas court following their arrests at the entrance of a U.S. Air Force base earlier this year.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Airport Authority has approved the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle for survey work near Carson City's airport.
An airport manager says the Federal Aviation Administration is partially to blame for the state's drone industry not taking off as many predicted it would.
As more residents begin to fly drones, the Federal Aviation Administration has found that manned aircraft have been having close calls in Las Vegas.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota's unmanned aircraft test site is set to fly high, both day and night.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada researchers are trying to bring order to the skies by joining forces with NASA to test an air traffic control system for drones.
State officials want to warn people about the risks posed to firefighting aircraft from unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Federal records show that the number of Nevada companies approved to fly drones lags far behind states like California and Arizona.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada officials are gearing up for the arrival of NASA drones.
The Las Vegas Sun reports that the state is in final negotiations to allow the space agency to test unmanned aerial vehicles in Nevada airspace.
The Nevada Division of Forestry is cautioning owners of drones not to fly them over wildfires because they could be safety hazards.
A competition to find a new use for the facility attracted many applicants.