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Coming up on Monday's program ...
Economist John Restrepo joins us to talk Nevada unemployment figures, which have ticked up the past two months.
$4 billion for a fighting franchise – a franchise that most Americans don’t even watch.
John L. Smith has some questions about the sale of the UFC.
Caucuses, primaries, delegates, super delegates -- the election process can be confusing to almost anyone. So what if you’re a kid?
For several years, the Shakespeare Institute of Nevada has brought the performance of the Bard’s words to schools an
The Nevada congresswoman is upset the legislature hasn't addressed a number of issues.
Detective work by a self-appointed watchdog of Nevada’s Public Utilities Commission discovered the regulatory board’s top attorney was using an alias to post online comments about matters before the quasi-judicial body.
A Las Vegas police officer’s poem about the slayings of five fellow officers in Dallas has gone viral.
How many of Bernie Sanders' supporters will come over to what they see as the dark side – especially here in Nevada.
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak is in the thick of discussions to build a domed stadium in Las Vegas, putting more police on the street, and figuring out how to pay for it all.
A new exhibition at the Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas provides a glimpse into the public relations savvy of the hotels on the Strip.
The headlines were screaming earlier this week that in Nevada only 10 percent of our high school juniors were college ready.
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