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One of the first researchers to identify AIDs and HIV explains what local researchers are doing to fight the disease.
UNLV President Len Jessup stated Monday that he supports both the use of the Rebel nickname and the Hey Reb mascot
UNLV professor Dan Bubb explains how airports have played an integral role in shaping cities across the American West.
While members of the U.S. Military may be the most visible of those with traumatic brain injury, they are just one group impacted.
A few weeks ago, the Las Vegas Review-Journal decided it would no longer run theatre reviews from freelancers.
The SkyVue Ferris wheel was just one project to be built on rundown property across from Mandalay Bay.
Real estate investor Howard Bulloch also received approvals for an amusement park.
Kevin Melcher was elected to the Nevada System of Higher Education board of regents in 2010.
Las Vegas and its gaming companies should send a thank you note to Macau.
The tie between sports media and cultural memory is strong.
The business of selling art is always tough even in the best of times.
A few weeks ago, the Little Darlings Strip Club created an ad on its electronic billboard.
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