Only counties in Nevada, Arizona and Utah have eligible downwinders that can get up to $50,000 in reparations.
Frierson replaces Christopher Chiou, who became interim head of the office when Nicholas Trutanich resigned after Biden took office.
Nevada will receive $4.41 million of the $68.4 million in the infrastructure law to pay for ecosystem restoration projects nationwide.
Scuba divers who spent a year cleaning up Lake Tahoe's entire 72-mile shoreline have come away with tons of trash.
Earlier this year, he named members of his Latino Advisory Council. Both groups are charged with supporting his re-election efforts.
His executive order is in conjunction with the directions from President Biden that all federal buildings do the same.
The flames of a northern New Mexico wildfire have become unstoppable as the largest blaze in the U.S. burns trees sucked dry of moisture over decades of drought.
The casinos collectively also had their best first quarter ever, falling just short of the $14.35 billion they won from gamblers in the fourth quarter of last year.
Robert Purvis, 66, of Minden, died on April 30 after a motorcycle crash on State Route 338 near Wellington.
The lake that slakes the thirst of 40 million people in cities, farms and tribes across seven Southwestern states is down to about 30% of capacity.
Jonathan Christensen, 31, of Fernley died on Thursday, May 5 as a result of a motorcycle crash on I-80.
Republican U.S. Senate candidates Sam Brown and Adam Laxalt squared off on Nevada Newsmakers on Monday, largely agreeing on most major issues.
Sigal Chattah and Tisha Black debated Thursday on Nevada Newsmakers.
Two sisters from Henderson were paddleboarding in Callville Bay Saturday when they spotted the remains.