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Coming up on Wednesday's program
All eyes will be on UNLV Wednesday night for the final debate of the presidential election. What can you expect? We'll take a look.
It's often said the eyes of the world are on our election. But are people abroad really that interested?
It’s the last presidential debate and it's on the campus of UNLV.
Name: Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod
Office: State Assembly, District 34
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Name: John Piro
The country may be focused on Las Vegas this week for Wednesday’s presidential debate at UNLV, but the Democrats are sighting in the increasingly likely possibility of picking up Senate and House seats in key battleground states
A panel discussion asks why and how Las Vegas became known as an “Adult Disneyland.”
Name: Artemus "Art" Ham
Name: Brittney Miller
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed Senate Bill 1 Monday authorizing a $750 million tax subsidy for the $1.9 billion domed stadium planned to help bring the NFL to Las Vegas.
When people congregate in a breakroom at work, they talk. And the things they talk about usually have to do with their lives.
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