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The state Gaming Control Board has moved to prevent Steve Wynn from ever again being licensed by the state.
MGM Resorts announced a massive settlement with the families of victims of the October 1st shooting.
After a lengthy court battle, a judge in Nevada has frozen the permit process for several new recreational marijuana dispensary licenses while a lawsuit over them proceeds.
Nevadans are hearing a lot from Democratic Party candidates in their marathon to win the presidential nomination.
Rumors of a large-scale national immigration enforcement operation have so far not come to fruition.
Nonetheless, President Donald Trump has made his stance on immigration very clear.
After so much controversy, the loss of its visionary founder, the original name and millions of dollars, Wynn Resorts finally opened Encore Boston Harbor in Massachusetts.
It’s been one week since municipal elections.
Three new faces are on the Las Vegas City Council. Brian Knudsen, Olivia Diaz, and Victoria Seaman all won their races.
You may not recognize the name Joseph Yablonsky unless you’re a longtime Las Vegan.
Former Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow has returned to the city just one year after he resigned from the council amid being charged with campaign finance fraud.
Locals in Las Vegas have no shortage of opinion on the issue of casinos charging to park on the Las Vegas Strip.
Last week’s Las Vegas City Council meeting took a turn for the interesting.
Marvin Menzies is out.
That was UNLV Athletic Director Desiree Reed-Francois' announcement when she said she didn't have "confidence in the future of the program."
There’s a lot to see down Las Vegas Boulevard and you might have to strain to find the new Thunderbird Retro Boutique Hotel, Lounge and Wedding Chapel.
Dennis Hof was found dead Tuesday morning at The Love Ranch in Crystal, Nevada.
In Washington, D.C., all eyes were glued to TVs during the Supreme Court hearings of Brett Kavanaugh. John L. Smith and says the feeling was eerie in a city known to be always on the move.
Billionaires like Tom Steyer, the Koch Brothers and Sheldon Adelson are pouring money into the political landscape of Nevada.
Last week, you found yourself in a warehouse on a strip. Describe the scene for us.
Long-time Las Vegas journalist John L. Smith joins KNPR to discuss Donald Trump's rally in Henderson, the special session and more.
On the rally: