If you want to know how corrupt your capital is, you might want to start by looking on a map. A recent study by a Harvard researcher showed a relationship between corruption and how far the capital city is from other major cities.
Two UNLV students won a national competition and three-thousand-dollars each in scholarship money earlier this month. They had to think like political marketers: figuring out how to market ads to an imaginary audience, and get a hypothetical referendum passed.
Long-time reporter and frequent "State of Nevada" guest, Steve Friess, is leaving Las Vegas to take up a fellowship at the University of Michigan. He's been a frequent critic of Strip entertainment, local politics and, of course, the media.
The Las Vegas Review Journal is suing dozens of websites and individuals for copyright infringement claiming whole and portions of RJ articles were illegally posted on various sites. Journalist and blogger, Steve Friess says putting a scare into those individuals is the right thing to do. We talk with Steve Friess about the RJ lawsuits and why he thinks the RJ might be helping to clean up the world of internet intellectual property theft.