If you walk around Las Vegas and keep your eyes open, you might see a giant origami bird dangling from a light pole, or perched in a backyard. But these aren't your typical origami birds - these are made entirely of steel.
In the 21st century, women are still paid less than men: 77 cents, on average, to every dollar for men. Why is there still a wage gap? Why did the Paycheck Fairness Act - which was intended to level the paycheck field - fail in the Senate? And why did all the Republicans vote against it? Are you a working woman, and are you being paid less than your male counterparts? What's holding you back? And what progress should (or shouldn't) we expect to see on Capitol Hill? Share your story below.
A new water fee doubled - and in some cases, tripled - the bills for small businesses. The Southern Nevada Water Authority raised fees to pay off about $3.3 billion in bonds. Are higher fees based on meter size the best approach? And will small businesses get any relief? General manager Pat Mulroy and a small business owner join us. What are your thoughts on the water hikes?
Filipinos now make up over 4% of Nevada's population - that's enough for Clark County to now print ballots in the main Filipino language, Tagalog. So how much political sway will Asian American voters carry this election season? What issues matter to them? Are local politicians courting them? And do they even come out to vote in the same percentages as Latinos? Or are they apathetic about voting? We talk to local Asian Americans - plus we want to hear from you: can the Asian American vote change an election? Are you Asian American? What issues matter to you? What matters when you vote?
Soldiers from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are slowly returning home. So what challenges do they face when they come home? How hard is it to find a job? Go to school? Communicate with their family and friends? We talk to experts and veterans about readjusting after life as a soldier.
Aside from its 40th anniversary, the Nevada Ballet Theatre has another reason to celebrate: it's collaborating for the fifth year with Cirque du Soleil. Choreographers from both groups combine their talents to bloom as bright colors and daring moves on the stage.
More schools are working to become proactive with their anti-bullying programs, speaking to both students and parents. But how do you reach out to families who don't speak English? One group tells us about its outreach to Latino parents, the cultural roadblocks, and what advice they give when their kids are being bullied... or are the bully.
The Violence Against Women Act is stalled in Congress and stirring some heated debate. That's due to three provisions that aim to protect illegal immigrants, homosexuals, and Native Americans. So why is the bill held up? And what effect would it have on those groups here in Nevada?
If you’ve driven around Nevada, you’ve seen Steven Liguori’s handiwork everywhere. From the sculpture at Mary Dutton park to the larger-than-life bronze worker “scaling” the side of the Hoover Dam parking lot, Steven’s work bear the stamp of Nevada history.
Up in Carson City, an antique relic from the year 1910 has come back to life. The McKeen motor car – which covered more than 500,000 miles when it ran between Reno and Minden from 1910 to 1945 – now runs for tourists at the Nevada State Railroad Museum.
Eight Nevada same-sex couples joined a federal suit seeking to overturn the state's ban on gay marriage. But Governor Brian Sandoval is now asking the court to dismiss the suit. He says the issue should be decided by the state, not a federal suit. The governor is also named as a defendant in the suit. Should the governor speak out, or should he let the suit move forward? Political pundit Steve Sebelius joins us for analysis.
Richard Boorman died after reportedly using cocaine during a Las Vegas bachelor party. But when his body was repatriated back to England, his family got an even bigger shock: all his organs were missing.