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Increased water use during the pandemic helped drain Lake Mead even faster, according to a new UNLV study.
Associated Press
Las Vegas is growing. That means more people. And more water use.
Casinos and other businesses are seen reflected in the glass walls of an overpass along the Las Vegas Strip.
It’s been more than a week since the MGM’s computer systems were apparently hacked. How does this kind of thing happen in the first place? It is possible to stop them in Las Vegas and elsewhere?
LVMPD Sheriff Kevin McMahill at Nevada Public Radio with State of Nevada host Joe Schoenmann on Sept. 19, 2023.
Casinos, tourists and locals rely on Las Vegas Metropolitan Police to keep the peace. And they want it done by a police department that doesn’t do what so many others in this country have already done: draw negative attention with poor behavior.
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