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Could California join Nevada and legalize prostitution? A new lawsuit seeks to do just that.
For many of us, St. Patrick's Day is an occasion to claim a long-lost bit of Irish heritage, even if it's not really in your family tree.
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A controversial Republican-backed bill that significantly changes Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System is working its way through the...
A new study found many doctors don't realize painkillers can be severely addictive and may have long lasting side effects.
As interest wanes in the "Sport of Kings" and the number of race tracks continue to decline in the U.S., Las Vegas bookmakers are looking to London for...
Las Vegas visitors spend more money, a new report commissioned by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority suggests. The LVCVA reports a record...
The Nevada State Legislature is now a month and a half into the session, and after several skirmishes, lawmakers are set to tackle the biggest issue:...
For many of us, our parents freely gave love, shelter, support and taught us life’s lessons as we grew. Those parents were our heroes. So it can be...
Senate Bill 2 would allow the NDOT to raise the maximum speed limit on Nevada highways to 85 miles per hour.
Her name and voice are familiar to just about everyone, Dr. Ruth Westheimer. She has been part of the American consciousness for 40 years. Westheimer...
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