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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.
Nevada's up-coming presidential caucus is facing increased scrutiny in the wake of the chaotic Iowa caucus on February 3.
It seemed like a routine traffic stop until police in Ki
The stadium’s on its way to completion, so does
Democratic Party presidential candidate Tom Steyer’s com
As many listeners know, Nevada Public Radio is going through some serious financial difficulties.
Lawrence VanDyke is President Donald Trump's pick for a seat on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Conservatives love it; Democrats? Not so much.
Legendary House Speaker Thomas “Tip” O’Neil is credited
A celebrity chef with restaurants in Las Vegas has become one of the most notable first responders to provide relief in the Bahamas.
Las Vegas’ long-simmering newspaper war bubbled to the surface last week as the Las Vegas Review-Journal posted a front-page editorial announcing its intention to end a 30-year Joint Operating Agre
The Strip’s popular nightclubs and day clubs are big moneymakers.
He was featured on local TV news three years ago, toting an AR-15 and
President Donald Trump is regularly accused of promoting racist memes online and in speeches.
Top Democrats openly say he's a racist.
From the flood of bugs in Las Vegas to the “raid on Area 51,” to someone's idea to drill into the pristine Ruby Mountains of northern Nevada, John L. Smith is seeing signs.
The struggle over federal public land policy in Nevada and elsewhere in the West continues to provide rich material for a variety of talented writers.
Memorial Day is a reminder of the service and sacrifice made by our military veterans.