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Giant squash and pumpkin grow in a patch and await harvest in Kasterlee, Belgium on Wednesday, Oct 30, 2013.
Virginia Mayo
Fall officially started last week, and cooler temperatures are finally on the way to Southern Nevada. But that comes after a summer of record heat and historic flooding. Has all of that changed the way we garden?
From the killing of a bicyclist to pedestrian and child deaths, it’s been a deadly year on our roads. The number of traffic fatalities this year is almost the same as a year ago, and last year was one of the deadliest on record.
Increased water use during the pandemic helped drain Lake Mead even faster, according to a new UNLV study.
Las Vegas is growing. That means more people. And more water use.
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Our annual Best of the City gets the hyper-local treatment this year with neighborhood-by-neighborhood pics for top places to eat, drink, play, and shop. And speaking of bests, we've got Top Doctors here, too!

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