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Nevada voted to legalize recreational marijuana two years a
Lake Tahoe is home to lots of large, predatory animals. Lion, tigers, bears… okay, well not tigers.
Bill Cosby was convicted of three counts of aggravated indecent as
KNPR talks with the curators of "Tilting the Basin," an exhibition at the Nevada Art Museum, Reno. KNPR talks with curators of the exhibition, "Tilting the Basin," which is at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno.
Shelley Berkley runs a medical school — and aspires to teach math.
Connor Fields of Henderson secured his place in history when he took the lead on the course’s second turn and became the first U.S. gold medalist in BMX racing.
Back in May, Judge Conrad Hafen handcuffed a Clark county public defender for contempt of court. And another issue recently came up when he threatened a reporter with arrest for using a cell phone.
Political reporter Jon Ralston weighs in on the Democratic National Convention and why Downtown isn't likely to land an NFL stadium.
Terry Fator recently signed a new, five-year contract at Mirage and added a politically charged puppet to his routine.
Downtown’s ever-changing landscape is changing again.
The Beat Coffeehouse is closing. The Arts District is growing. And the City of Las Vegas has a new plan to lead downtown into 2045.
Life is Beautiful returns to downtown Las Vegas for its fourth year.
There's been a ton going on in the Reno-Sparks-Tahoe area lately: There are mayoral elections, water issues, a possible Tesla plant -- not to mention...
KNPR'S STATE OF NEVADA -- Poverty seems to be an endemic problem. Every society has apparently had impoverished people but we set about eradicating that...