Back in 2003, scientists were saying that hydrogen was the future -- that one day, we'd run all our cars on hydrogen, and be smog-free. But one UNLV scientist thinks that hype may have been premature. We find out why.
What if your brother was accused of murdering 60 people? What would you do? That's the problem facing the main character of Christopher Rice's latest novel. When her brother is accused of being a terrorist, the main character has to prove he's innocent.
Bartering for chickens. Winning the Tea Party endorsement. Campaign finance rules, and voter turnout...What will tip the balance at the voting booths? Who's leading the pack in race for Harry Reid's Senate seat? And who has your vote?
Throw your questions and comments at our political pundits and jump into the conversation here...
With the economy in the dumps, there's been a lot of talk about green energy being the state's magic ticket to grow and revitalize. But what programs are in place? And how can we feasibly get them off the ground? The head of the Nevada State Office of Energy issued a declaration on how green energy will save the state.
Imagine taking geometric shapes like squares and triangles, mix in people's faces and bright colors, and you've got a small taste of John Bell's world. The art brings his colorful showcase to First Friday.
If you're running for political office, you need a pretty penny to run the machine. But where's the money coming from? Harry Reid is way ahead of his opponents - $17 million compared to their single digits, but will it matter? We follow the money with our experts, and find out how it will impact the elections. If you want to weigh in on campaign financing, post your comment below.
What's light as a feather and expected to bring in $10 billion dollars this year? Tea. That's right: those green leaves are apparently worth their weight in gold, and this June, world tea aficionados are flocking to Las Vegas to pay homage to the Midas of all drinks.
When you write a book about high-stakes sports gambling, what do you include? Your job waitressing in a strip mall? Your 280 pound boss named named "Dink?" Or your bets on Miss America pageants and hot dog eating contests? That's Beth Raymer's story. The former Las Vegas resident spills insider secrets on working for one of the city's biggest pro sports gamblers and how it opened the door to a world of crazy characters.
If you look at Frank Meeink's resume today - author, speaker, founder of an outreach program for kids - you wouldn't suspect that he used to be a Neo-
Nazi Skinhead. But that was Frank's life when he was a teen. It took prison and being locked up with men of different colors to change Frank's views on things. Join us for a special look into the life of one "Recovering Skinhead."
Some Democratic incumbents are losing their primaries. Should Congresswoman Dina Titus be worried? Dina Titus talks about the hard-hit economy and what she'll do in Washington if she gets re-elected. Have a question for Congresswoman Titus? Post it here!
According to some statistics, 1 out of 4 families is affected by mental illness. Do you know someone who is depressed or bipolar? How has mental illness affected your life? Family members and those with mental illness join us to tell their stories. Send in your questions, and share your stories with us, here.