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Coming up on Thursday's program:
Where are the super rich hiding their money in the Silver State? We'll find out.
The Nevada Department of Corrections is making some changes that are beginning to get some notice.
Trump's Taj Mahal
It’s a reprieve that reeks of politics.
Smarter interior design makes for safer and more efficient homes, workplaces, and healthcare facilities.
As a battleground state, Nevada will feature heavily.
Unlike most people, though, Ron Lynn had a closer view than most to the growth of the Strip, the suburbs and everything in between.
A lawmaker from Northern Nevada has proposed classifying attacks on police officers as hate crimes.
KNPR talks with Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist, John Katsilometes on the 50th birthday of Caesars Palace.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police sheriff Joe Lombardo implored Las Vegas to stand up and say “not in our city” at a meeting with community leaders.
In Nevada, more than 2,000 people recently became citizens, and many indicate Donald Trump was a motivating factor.
So imagine living down there and being caught by the water. Many did get caught. Three of those people died.
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