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Coming up on Thursday's program
Could California join Nevada and legalize prostitution? A new lawsuit seeks to do just that.
A group upset over computerized performances of the somber tune plays taps live at military funerals in the Valley.
The rancher and his supporters went to Carson City to back a bill they say would limit federal overreach.
There are two words that journalists love to bring up when interviewing Nevada politicians: Yucca Mountain.
Mightiest creatures in the world are at risk of extinction, UNR researcher says
State Senator Ruben Kihuen announced his bid this week for the 4thCongressional District seat– a post currently held by freshman Republican Cresent Hardy.
A bill brought to the Nevada Assembly last week would update school safety standards.
Drought conditions are wreaking havoc with Nevada’s lakes and rivers.
So, is the age of video game-esque gambling upon us?
Nevada’s Attorney General Adam Laxalt has joined forces with Elko County in a legal fight to open a stretch of road in northeast Nevada.
Dozens of taxi drives rallied in Las Vegas and Carson City, protesting plans to allow transportation network companies, such as Uber, to operate in Nevada.
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