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Nevada State College just had its largest graduating class ever. The college continues to grow, adding students, programs and space.
They wear only black, play the drums and catch colossal amounts of cereal in their mouths. And they don’t talk. But possibly their most defining characteristic is the color of their skin: Blue.
Foreclosures continue to be a problem holding back Nevada’s real estate market.
Some of Los Angeles’s lowest paid workers are about to get a big raise after the City Council last week approved a controversial measure raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
On a hill overlooking Henderson sits a small state college on more than 500-acres of land with big dreams.
All wars are the same, it is said; only the scenery changes. And the repercussions are pretty much the same too.
Is that six pack of beer or generic brand of gin in your gin and tonic tasting a bit lackluster?
As our legislature heads into its final days, there's still a lot to discuss.
The governor's budget, for one.
The death of campus carry – for now.
Charlie Brown has been the star of the "Peanuts" comic strips and animated movies since the franchise began in October 1950.
Barely a day passes without news about the tightening grip of the drought in the desert Southwest.
We live next to one of the priciest, glitziest five miles of real estate in the world – the Las Vegas Strip – yet the daily wear of many locals is decidedly casual.
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