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Skill-based slot machines could be the wave of the future for Nevada casinos, but one company is taking it a step further.
On Friday, the College of Southern Nevada announced the creation of a series of "safe zones" – spaces where members of the campus' LGBTQ community can find resources available to them.
Governor Brian Sandoval is pushing for lawmakers to approve more than one billion dollars in tax increases to fund the state’s education system.
Nearly a year after the very public fight between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management, Bundy will be going to Carson City to talk to the Legislature about federal control
Elaine Wynn has issued a strong denial of the company’s accusations of improper activity.
Carson City is a town so remote most Las Vegans have never been there, but it remains the focus of state politics.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said he wants to be remembered as a kid who grew up in Searchlight and then fought hard for all the little kids growing up in the same hard scrabble way he did.
This Saturday, cities across the world will turn off their lights for an hour to raise awareness for climate change.
Nevadans will vote on legalization of recreational marijuana next year.
A little more than a week ago, Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore declared the end of racism in America during a hearing over a voter identification bill.
Uber, the company that developed a smartphone app to connect those who need a ride with drivers, could be back in business soon.
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