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"Are you okay?" she asked. "I will be," I replied.
Art is at the heart of MGM's collaborative rebranding of the old Monte Carlo
2017 was the year I started spontaneously dropping glurgey Hallmark-card lines into conversations, as much to my bemusement as anybody’s ...
After losing federal funding, a legal aid program for undocumented children gets some help.
Notes from my summer job flying a real-estate drone in ruralish Southern Nevada
Recent report on extreme heat days has no good news for Nevada
Now the issue is in federal court
Local water-purification company donates mobile units in Puerto Rico
Bittersweet political transcendence at a prayer vigil in Las Vegas
DACA student Luis Montanez reacts to President Trump's cancellation of the program
The interior secretary has completed his Trump-ordered report on national monuments, but he's keeping the details under his hat
In the simmering water war between Southern Nevada and the state's rural communities, is there room for compromise?
There are signs of life at the troubled development besides green grass and golf carts.
A critical energy bill that proposes to raise the amount of renewable energy produced in Nevada hangs in the balance.
Will the 2017 Legislature go down in history as the ‘clean energy session’?
Saturday's closing reception at Sin City Gallery is your last chance to see the polymorphous, decadent, not entirely safe-for-work art of Aaron Sheppard
Activists are keeping a close eye on these bills related to sexual assault and abuse.
Two new additions suggest the aging, urban shopping center continues to evolve
The battle for Blue Diamond Hill continues
Six new schools named for local VIPs, teachers and politicians
Quotable, irrascible and occasionally controversial art critic Dave Hickey is returning to UNLV — for a limited time only
Proposed legislation takes aim at "limited" certificates for special ed students who graduate
Not all classical music is, shall we say, classic
After a seven-hour hearing, the Clark County Commission punts on a proposed development near Red Rock