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Joe Neal was the first African American elected to Nevada’s Senate, a position he held for 32 years.
Last week, Nevada’s governor and attorney general were sworn in to
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman will run for a third term. She announced her plans last week.
New leaders in Carson City mean new ideas are starting to percolate.
Last week, Las Vegan Edwin
Laborers Local 872, which was a big supporter of the Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas, continues to face internal problems.
The last of those nasty television ads have been broadcast.
Boulder City residents continue to buzz about the potential health risks of asbestos in their community -- not the kind used as insulation in commercial construction, but the sort commonly found in
The Global Gaming Expo is in full swing in Las Vegas.
Gaming industry insiders from around the world are here to see the latest games and talk about the newest trends.
It happens every year.
Visiting journalists are critical of the debauchery of Las Vegas. You know, the gambling, the smoking indoors, illegal prostitution and all the rest.
A man recently released from Nevada's prison system after serving some 26 years for a third offense of selling drugs got John L.
There are ghosts in Nevada, they say. They live in the Goldfield or Mizpah hotels.
Harry Reid said he told Arizona Senator John McCain that he loved him; and McCain returned the sentiment in the last days before he died.
Gubernatorial candidate and state Attorney General Adam Laxalt
We all tend to think politics today is worse than ever.
Road safety takes precedence this time of year as school starts aga
A man died waiting for the bus Sunday morning after a car plowed into him.
Police suspect the driver was under the influence.
Governor Brian Sandoval is turning over some of his national duties as he enters the home stretch of his tenure.
He wasn't impressed when Robbie Knievel tried it in the 1980s. What about now?
President Donald Trump spent Saturday in Las Vegas firing up the base at the Republican State Convention. He met with donors and stumped for U.S. Senator Dean Heller R-NV.
Questions from a judge over Metro’s vice unit; the unions attacking a longtime union supporter in last week’s Clark County Commission race; and Elvis Presley’s drummer.
The final votes in the primary election will be tallied tonight, and KNPR News contributor John L. Smith wonders whether Chris Giunchigliani benefited from a late endorsement by Hillary Clinton.
As more and more people take Uber and Lyft for rides, what’s going on with the taxi industry? Can it withstand the 40 percent drop in rides? Will a new Taxicab Authority chief help or hurt?
Like the magic he’s known for, master illusionist David Copperfield made a troublesome civil case just disappear in District Judge Mark Denton’s courtroom this week.