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Last week’s deadly riot at the nation’s Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump was felt around the world. But John L.
2020 is finally behind us, but before it ended, it took
The week began with a sense of hope with the arrival of the first COVID vaccine in the nation.
The death of Tony Hsieh, the visionary developer of Zap
Las Vegas lost one of its most well-known, and most co
A Las Vegas man who talked about joining a white supremacist group to burn down a synagogue was sentenced to two years in prison last week in federal court.
Nevada’s importance in the 2020 presidential election
Hospitalized after a COVID-19 infection, President Donald Trump finds himself trailing in the polls in Nevada by six points with election day less than a month away.
President Donald Trump has some ground to make up if h
President Donald Trump's campaign stops in Minden and Henderson over the weekend stirred excitement among his political base and controversy for what some considered a lack of attention to coronavi
The state unemployment office continues to make changes
Americans canceled summer vacations and aren't venturing out as much due to the pandemic, but they can still find excitement, at least, vicariously.
Two recent deaths in Southern Nevada due to COVID-19 ha
This week, Nevada joined a growing list of states suing
Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, Nevada’s biggest political
When you see them on
Somehow - someway - Las Vegas finds its way into national news, even when the national news has nothing to do with Las Vegas.
Some people want Nevada Congressman Steven Horsford, D-
Governor Steve Sisolak allowed Phase 1 of the reopening process to begin on Saturday, allowing restaurants, salons and other non-essential businesses to open.
Protests calling to reopen the economy in Nevada, and across the country, have grown more animated as the coronavirus pandemic wears on.
Nevada unemployment hit 17 percent last week. That has never happened before.
A series of demonstrations were staged last weekend to protest Gov. Steve Sisolak's reluctance to ease restrictions on non-essential businesses.
Partnering with Clark County and private donors, the city of Las Vegas opened a multi-million-dollar, temporary medial unit for the homeless stricken with the novel coronavirus.
Governor Steve Sisolak last week asked state agencies to prepare for approximately $700 million in budget cuts because tax revenues are falling every day.
From long lines at local supermarkets to a McCarran airport and Las Vegas Strip that are eerily quiet, you don’t have to drive far to find a changed Las Vegas.