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Payday loans can fill in with quick money when money is tight but critics say they can also trap people in a cycle of poverty and debt.
On September 12, the New York Times published an interactive feature titled “The
By mid-week, it’s going to be in the low-80s in Reno as a high temperature; and in Las Vegas, it’ll be in the mid-90s.
There are ghosts in Nevada, they say. They live in the Goldfield or Mizpah hotels.
In 1968, a young Moctesuma Esparza helped lead Hispanic students protest against bigotry in East Los Angeles schools.
The Great Recession wasn't the only economic downturn in Las Vegas this century.
Ten years ago this week, the spectacular death of Lehman Brothers began the financial chaos that preceded the Great Recession.
In Las Vegas and North Las Vegas, more than 2000 people receive seven meals a week from Meals on Wheels -- and that's not nearly enough to fill the need.
We explore the culture of concealed handgun carry in Nevada.
A new affiliation between a childhood cancer charity and Roseman University’s medical school aims to improve care and address Nevada’s shortage of pediatric oncology caregivers.
LaTesha Watson is the first African American and only the second female to be chief of the Henderson Police Department.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation puts on the Best of the Badge gala each year to recognize officers’ bravery.
Many of us at one time or another have been in financial tight squeeze. It can happen at any time in life. For a certain demographic – those over 60 – financial troubles can be catastrophic and difficult to overcome.
For a dozen years, Richard Bryan served in the Senate with John McCain, who died Saturday after a long battle with brain cancer.
Four years ago, UNLV embarked on a project to document the Jewish history of Southern Nevada. This has resulted in about 150 recorded interviews with Jewish Nevadans with a story to tell.
The video from inside the Metro police squad car was dramatic.
An officer is speeding after suspects and tells a dispatcher the suspects are shooting at him.
Nevada’s ranchers — and the rest of the nation’s cattle industry — face a beef glut and soft prices amid an uncertain export environment.
Students, teachers and parents across the state have started heading back to school.
Rattus rattus is the scientific name.
Everyone in Las Vegas just calls them roof rats.
Road safety takes precedence this time of year as school starts aga
Not every new Roberto’s Taco Shop or a Capriotti’s sandwich restaurant gets a proclamation from the city of Las Vegas or a VIP groundbreaking.
On almost any major street in Las Vegas, you’ll find a restaurant inspired by a chef inspired by the late Joel Robuchon.
Contrary to a common misperception, there is farming in the Mojave Desert, despite water scarcity, blazing heat, and rock-hard soil.
Each August the Burning Man festival attracts 70,000 people to the Black Rock Desert in northwest Nevada.
Brothel owner and reality TV star Dennis Hof is running for an Assembly seat as “the Trump of Pahrump.”