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If the cuts called for in President Donald Trump’s budget released last week, the plan to bring a light rail line down Maryland Parkway could be in jeopardy, according to the head of the Regional T
Kirk Henry, the Kansas tourist who was made a quadriplegic after being beaten in September 2001 outside the Crazy Horse Too topless club, has died. He was 58 and left behind two grown children.
The fight over land near Red Rock National Conservation Area, where developer Jim Rhodes wants to build thousands of homes, is far from over.
During his two years in office, state Treasurer Dan Schwartz has not shied away from some of Nevada’s political hot potatoes, including education savings accounts and the tax breaks offered to elec
Federal income taxes are due soon, and maybe you still have some questions about your return. We've got you covered.
If something doesn’t smell right in Las Vegas, most people here know to move on.
But what if that bad smell is literally emanating from your neighbor’s house?
The IRS is the agency you pay taxes to, and that most of us are only aware of around April 15.
There have been continued complaints against Clark County School District Trustee Kevin Child.
In the end, it wasn’t the feds that shut down the Cannabis Cup in the Moapa desert last weekend – it was Mother Nature.
A soggy fall and winter are making for a strong spring wildflower bloom in the desert Southwest.
In February, President Trump issued an executive order expanding categories for deporting people who are in the U.S. illegally.
Allergies are hitting hard already this year because it's been rainy and warmer earlier than usual.
That also means Nevada's green thumbs should be getting their gardens ready to go.
Nevadans legalized recreational adult use of marijuana in November. Now, state lawmakers are figuring out how to regulate it.
Southern Nevada’s allergy season, already one of the worst in the country, got an early start this year.
Bomb threats, verbal threats and vandalism have been reported.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — University of Nevada Las Vegas students and local Jewish community leaders are calling for an end to recent acts of anti-Semitism in Las Vegas and across the United States.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The director of Nevada's largest shelter for domestic violence victims has been arrested on a domestic battery charge.
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders told the NFL on Monday they have found a new partner to finance their proposed stadium in Las Vegas: Bank of America.
The College of Southern Nevada is celebrating Women’s History Month by dishing up some extra schoolwork.
Lawmakers in Carson City are determined to pass legislation to help working families pay for child care. There are two bills on the table.
Five years ago, this week the curtain went up for first time at the Smith Center, providing Las Vegas a venue for everything from Broadway productions to intimate Cabaret Jazz concerts to field tri
Headlines these days are largely focused on what’s going on in Washington.
But the line dividing Washington and the rest of the country appear to be getting thinner.
The chairman of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance will be working at both ends of the state this month to argue that a better-prepared workforce would be a catalyst for new business developmen
Las Vegas activists want to sustain the energy of January’s Women’s March against President Donald Trump with ongoing educational forums and protests, starting this week.
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