Burning Man 2020 Goes All-In On Virtual Reality With 'Multiverse'Burning Man organizers have responded to the coronavirus pandemic, like many other institutions, by going online-only but this year's festivities will incorporate a wide range of technologies from simple Zoom conferences to advanced VR-simulated worlds.
Burning Man Organizers Sue U.S. Gov't Agency Over Land-Use FeesBurning Man organizers sued the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to recover millions of dollars they say the government has overcharged them in fees over the past seven years at the counter-culture celebration in the Nevada desert.
4 Reno Area Killings May Be Linked; FBI Joins InvestigationThe FBI has joined an investigation into four killings in northern Nevada that may be linked, including the former president of the Reno Rodeo and his wife found shot to death in their home.
Despite 2017 Fatality, No Fences Planned for Burns at Burning ManThe Burning Man organization says it won't install fences around major burns at this year's event, one year after the death of a man who ran into flames of a towering wooden effigy.
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.
Massive, Wet Storm Slams California And Nevada Forcing Evacuations As Rivers RiseA massive winter storm, the biggest in more than a decade, slammed into the region Sunday, bringing flooding, downed trees, power outages and forcing evacuations.