Death of Man Who Ran into Flames at Burning Man in 2017 Ruled SuicideBurning Man fatality: the Sacramento County coroner's office officially ruled Aaron Mitchell's death a suicide, listing cause of death as cardiac arrest, bodily shock and third-degree burns over 97 percent of his body.
Desert Hosts Traffic Jams, Makeshift Airport For Burning ManTens of thousands have braved massive traffic jams to get to a remote stretch of Nevada desert for the annual Burning Man Festival.
Playa Site Of Burning Man Rattled By 2nd Magnitude 3.5 Quake In 3 DaysThe epicenter is about 14 miles northeast of Gerlach in a very remote area of the Black Rock Desert.
PHOTOS: Burning Man 2015Photographer Frank Quirarte returned with some highlights from this year’s event...
San Francisco Car Wash Charging $100 For Vehicles Returning From Burning ManSan Francisco car washes are charging as much as $100 to clean vehicles covered in dust from the Burning Man playa.
Burning Man Begins With Dust, Long Lines At The GateThe Burning Man art festival officially began Sunday with long lines to get in, and lots of dust.
Burning Man Is Crawling With Bugs: 'They Get Up And In You'Burning Man is crawling with bugs this year, and organizers don't know why.
Burning Man Organizers Push Back Against BLM Request For Cushier Digs For Gov't OfficialsBurning Man festival organizers are pushing back after the U.S. Bureau of Land Management requested upgraded accommodations for its officials at this year's event in the Nevada desert.
Burner Air Offers To Fly You From SF To Burning Man, Starting At $2,199Nearly 70,000 people from all over the world expected to attend Burning Man later this summer have a new way to travel to the Nevada desert.
Freak Rainstorm Drenches Start Of Burning Man, Thousands Turned AwayDay one of Burning Man in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert has turned into a bummer. A freak rainstorm has drenched the festival, forcing organizers to cancel events and lock out thousands of campers because of flooding and mud.
SF-Based Burning Man Organizers Agree To Pay Millions For SecurityBurning Man organizers have agreed to pay the Pershing County sheriff’s office more than $600,000 a year over the next 10 years for security and other services at the annual counter-culture festival in the Black Rock Desert.