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Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn gave a virtual state of the city speech this year, but the issues facing the community are very real.
During 40 years in Las Vegas, Sheldon Adelson transformed the trade show and resort industries and Nevada Republican politics.
The Nevada Republican Party lost another lawsuit Friday when a judge in Carson City dismissed litigation aimed at overturning the Nov. 3 election.
The city of Las Vegas is scouring West Coast tech hubs to pinpoint remote workers amenable to moving to Southern Nevada.
Advocates often say Las Vegas’ homelessness problem doesn’t get enough attention.
The city of Las Vegas just put out a $6.5 million welcome mat.
Elon Musk’s Boring Co., which is building a passenger tunnel system under the Las Vegas Convention Center, is already taking steps to expand.
State Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro is seeking re-election to her suburba
Two years ago, voters in Nevada’s third congressional district sent Susie Lee to Washington to fill a seat left empty when Jacky Rosen ran for Senate.
It’s rare that an architect designs $5 billion worth of work in a whole career.
The Nevada Dispensary Association establishes regulations and rules for Nevada’s marijuana dispensaries.
Kelsey Moreira arrived in Las Vegas last year with a cookie dough recipe and a business plan.
Nevada had one of the highest suicide rates in the country, and that was before the pandemic.
Leaders in Southern Nevada’s fine arts community retain an on-with-the-show spirit in the face of the pandemic, even if how, when, and where those shows go on remains a work in progress.
The historic wildfires in California dirtied the air in Southern Nevada last week
With a potential 10,000 construction jobs at stake, Nevada recently approved $200 million in tax-exempt private activity bonds in order to help finance a high-speed electric train linking Las Vegas
Nicole Cannizzaro had planned to spend this week in Milwaukee as a delegate to her first Democratic National Convention.
Las Vegas might be the Entertainment Capital of the World, but because of the pandemic, there’s no entertainment to be had.
Last week’s massive explosion in Beirut was felt 7,000 miles away by the small and tightknit Lebanese community in Las Vegas.
The university regents' chief of staff threatened to “man speak” to a female regent who wanted to comment during a public meeting Friday.
Over the course of 40 years, the government detonated nearl
Las Vegas City Council last month voted to spend
Nevada’s LGBT citizens have been fighting for equality since statehood was established in the 1800s.
The iconic Blue Angel has returned to Las Vegas, morphing from motel decor to a piece of public art placed east of downtown.
Infectious diseases know no species.