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Blue Diamond development fight goes to court
A gift from a prominent Las Vegas attorney helps keep alive a program that helps immigrant children deal with U.S. government
What happens when a casual chess player takes on a grandmaster? Reality check!
The dean of Nevada political punditry is launching a news site in January.
UNLV students give the presidential debaters a passing grade — barely
Public officials and special interests go at it during a PBS roundtable on the proposed background check law for gun purchases.
As the Adelson-NFL stadium proposal moves rapidly forward, is Las Vegas getting a raw deal — or an honest discussion of the project’s pros and cons?
Let's sort out the energy-related measures that will — and won't — be on the November ballot
Clark County’s public fact-finding review of officer-involved shootings represents progress, not perfection
Nevada isn't immune to the wildfires scourging the West. Adjust your in-state travel plans accordingly.
Once inside a patient would hardly know he’s not in a stationary, brick-and-mortar medical clinic
Some students need help with supplies and clothing due to poverty or homelessness.
Some Moapa residents worry that contaminants from a power plant will make their way into Lake Mead
The governor's energy task force declines to push an increase in Nevada's required amount of renewable energy
From upping our renewable energy portfolio to a new grandfather clause, recommendations from a governor's task force could flip the switch on Nevada's energy picture
Education, engagement — and no booze! — at a successful Los Angeles art walk
Just when you think you know what you're talking about ...
Shuttered for years but still loved by many, the Reed Whipple building keeps preservationists dreaming, even as it remains in limbo
His journey into the sharing economy brings our correspondent to the sad, tent-lined streets of post-recession America
Roland Sansone doesn’t just want to revive the Boulevard Mall. He wants to revive the community around it with a new kind of urban shopping center
Our roving sharing-economy correspondent drops in on some of San Diego's legendary surfboard-making icons
No sooner had the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada given its final word on net metering than the No Solar Tax PAC filed a referendum looking to repeal the law.
Surf is up as our roving correspondent touches down in San Diego to hang ten with the wave-riders
An afternoon in Capt'n Jim's, social hub of the Salton Sea
The haunting desolation of a future that never was