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<p>Increased water use during the pandemic helped drain Lake Mead even faster, according to a new UNLV study.</p>
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California, Arizona and Nevada have agreed to a historic deal to curb the amount of water the states will pull from the Colorado River. We take a look at what that deal means for Las Vegas and Lake Mead.
People sit in a raft in front of Hoover Dam
Desert Drift
Rafting the Colorado River in search of what we’d lose if it ran dry
 Interior of Cheapshot on Fremont East.
When we say, "Las Vegas nightlife," what leaps to mind? If the first thing you think of is Drai's, Omnia, and Tao on the Strip, then you're missing out on all the locals’ options.
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