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Nothing says summer like sitting poolside with a cool cocktail in your hand. We'll give you some recipes for the perfect summertime drink.
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.
Daimler has unveiled a semi-truck that can, in some situations, drive itself. The vehicle is being tested here in Nevada.
Some people say we’re back to pre-recession days, since billions of dollars are once again being invested on the Strip.
Correctional officers in Nevada's prisons are having to do more and more with less and less resources, to the point of putting their own safety at risk.
Marty Allen’s career as comedian and actor spans seven decades and he shows little sign of slowing down.
At 93, Marty Allen still performs with his wife, Karon Kate Blackwell.
Immigration activists and union members are demanding Nevada withdraw from a lawsuit challenging two federal deportation deferral programs.
Whatever else Moe Dalitz may have been, his success as a Las Vegas businessman is evident across the city.
The measles outbreaks we saw in California earlier this year may have had an unintended benefit.
A group of urban leaders from across the country recently met in Reno to talk innovation and revitalization for the city.
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