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.
Burning Man Ticket Prices Hold Steady for 2018Burners can pre-register with Burning Man online for the early sale of approximately 5,000 tickets next month.
Man Rescued From Flames At Burning Man Festival Dies In HospitalA man rushed past layers of security officers into a massive fire at the Burning Man festival's signature ceremony, suffering burns that left him dead just hours later.
Burning Man Pays $6.5 Million For Fly Ranch, Site Of Man-Made GeyserBurning Man organizers have been in pursuit of the 3,800-acre property for 20 years.
Burning Man Organizers Push Back Against Nevada Tax On Live EntertainmentBurning Man organizers are challenging the enforcement of a Nevada state tax that they say could cost them nearly $3 million.
PHOTOS: Burning Man 2015Photographer Frank Quirarte returned with some highlights from this year’s event...
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.
Burning Man Crowd In Nevada Near CapacityA federal official said Saturday that gate management at Burning Man was tightened when organizers got close to a permitted capacity of 68,000.
Early-Bird Price For Burning Man Tickets Soars Tickets for the Burning Man festival in northern Nevada will soon go on sale, and some veteran participants complain the new prices are too steep.
Man Who Torched Burning Man Dies In BART AccidentA San Francisco man who was once convicted for illegally torching the Burning Man effigy has died after jumping in front of a Bay Area Rapid Transit train.
Burning Man Attendance Stays Within Federal BLM CapA year after being placed on probation for drawing too many people, the Burning Man festival on the Nevada desert attracted crowds well within the maximum cap allowed by federal land managers.
SF-Promoter Gets Permit To Increase Burning Man AttendanceThe U.S. Bureau of Land Management issued a special recreation permit to San Francisco-based Black Rock City LLC, the nonprofit group behind Burning Man. The permit allows 60,900 people to...

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