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What started as a Facebook joke to Storm Area 51 now might be a legal matter.
New Las Vegas Councilman Brian Knudsen offers a positive prognosis for the health of the city’s medical district, the bulk of which is in his ward.
Tina Quigley has been the CEO of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
Someone or some people are shooting and killing burros along the Nevada-California border.
A celebrity chef with restaurants in Las Vegas has become one of the most notable first responders to provide relief in the Bahamas.
The first portion of Interstate 11 opened with great fa
The private attorney representing Clark, Washoe and several other Nevada counties in suing drug manufacturers says it will take decades to address the legacy of the opioid epidemic.
Research is coming out about the importance of planting trees to combat climate change. Trees absorb and store carbon dioxide.
Southern Nevadans can embrace their inner child this month and enjoy arts and crafts, s’mores, and the great outdoors at
Las Vegas’ long-simmering newspaper war bubbled to the surface last week as the Las Vegas Review-Journal posted a front-page editorial announcing its intention to end a 30-year Joint Operating Agre
According to a study by the Weather Channel and Climate Central, Reno is the fastest-warming city in the United State
Researchers from Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies say
Clark County Commission meetings can be a long list of mundane ordinances and business requests.
Las Vegas has enjoyed a remarkable economic comeback in the decade since the end of the Great Recession.
It was hard to miss last week’s RTC Clean Energy and Transportation Summit.
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.
Pride in your local sports team, be it football, hockey or baseball, goes a long way toward uplifting a community.
The Clark County School District is responsible for the education of 325,000 students, and each year thousands of them continue their academic career at the College of Southern Nevada.
It seemed like a cute meme.
The Strip’s popular nightclubs and day clubs are big moneymakers.
For the last three years, and right before the October 2017 shooting, Leila Fadel has been reporting for National Public Radio out of Las Vegas.
And now, she’s leaving.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman's heart still breaks thinking about the 58 people murdered in Las Vegas in 2017.
Nevada isn't free of the racial and cultural divisions plaguing the entire country.
In 1986, Larry Harvey and his friend Jerry James put together a wooden statue of a man. They dragged it to Baker Beach in San Francisco on the summer solstice and light it on fire.
Professor Bill Epstein recently retired from UNLV with a glum perspective on the future.