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KNPR's State of Nevada has been preempted for coverage of a news conference from President Barack Obama by NPR.
At some point this year, Nevada's Public Utilities Commission is going to have to decide the fate of the solar industry in Nevada when they determine the long-term rate for solar customers in the s
When it comes to cities that host major trade shows, Las Vegas has been at the front of the pack for years.
But could that change?
A few weeks ago, Clark County Schools Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky unveiled his plan to reorganize the school district.
You and your friends sit down at a fancy Strip restaurant or at a bar in a casino, and the server turns out to be your professor.
It could be awkward. It could even be embarrassing.
Understanding the world as it was 5,000 years ago just may provide some answers about the world today.
The Fort McDermitt Paiute and Shoshone Tribe of Nevada and Oregon will grow marijuana on its reservation to be used solely in the production of medical marijuana.
Next time you’re considering piling on the bacon at a local buffet, or stopping by a fast food hamburger joint – you might want to think twice.
Until a couple of weeks ago, you may not have heard of a therapeutic treatment called “cryotherapy.”
Athletes often use cryotherapy tanks as a substitute for ice baths.
Colorado City, Arizona, and Hildale, Utah, can’t seem to get out of the spotlight.
When the legalization of doctor-assisted suicide offered as a bill in the Legislature earlier this year, it never even got a hearing.
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