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Branded One CrossFit gym specializes in serving disabled veterans. But physical fitness is only part of the regimen.
The gaming industry’s sexual harassment policies are well-intended, but they don’t change the ugly reality on the casino floor.
Nissa Tzun and her Forced Trajectory Project tell the stories of families who’ve lost loved ones to the police.
It took many years, billions of dollars, and some lives lost for this desert city to finally protect itself from rampaging water
Women are building careers in the traditionally male business of architecture — but many challenges remain.
Thousands of Las Vegans are “housing insecure,” and while some agencies are helping, the need outstrips the resources.
For almost 20 years, the Las Vegas Lounge has been a safe place for the trans community — until a recent act of violence reminded them that safety is never a sure thing.
Many transgender people have encountered bias from religion, but some are seeking — and finding — acceptance in local churches.
Food insecurity haunts thousands of Las Vegans, but a network of charities is tackling the problem — with surprising efficiency.
When you’ve lost your sight and are re-learning how to navigate the world in ways small (handling money) and large (fighting your fears), it’s good to have a little help.
Sex trafficking takes place every day just under the surface of ‘normal’ life — but people like activist Adia Lancaster work to make it less normal.
Activists are keeping a close eye on these bills related to sexual assault and abuse.
Fifteen years ago, a campaign to ban same-sex marriage in Nevada revealed the ugliness that results when fundamentalist faith, money and politics converge.
Gambling addiction isn’t just a Las Vegas problem. Members of Nevada’s 27 native tribes struggle with it, too. An unlikely research duo is learning just how much.
The fight against juvenile sex trafficking is ignored, stigmatized and underfunded, but a small army of victim advocates is determined to change that.
On the prowl with the dedicated animal rescue volunteers trying to curb the valley’s feral-cat problem through traps, surgery — and loving care.