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That's more than half the size of the city of Las Vegas and three-fourths the size of Reno.
Ka- Voka Jackson is working on her Master's of Science degree in the School of Life Sciences at UNLV and jumped on board with a project to merge culturally important plants into her research.
Today’s battles over “repeal and replace” of the Affordable Care Act are the latest chapters in a saga that began with the creation of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965.
It's been a bumpy ride for marijuana advocates in the state.
The Vegas Golden Knights filled out its roster in this week’s expansion draft with a good mix of current and future NHL talent, according to a hockey writer and podcaster.
Short-term rentals, like Airbnbs, will soon need special-use permits to operate in the city of Las Vegas.
The effort to turn Yucca Mountain into the nation’s nuclear waste repository went mostly dormant during the Obama administration.
These days not so much.
Muslims worldwide have been marking the month of Ramadan, which ends this Saturday.
During Ramadan, observant Muslims are expected to fast from sunrise to sunset.
OAXACA DE JUÁREZ — Mezcal has become a booming business for an impoverished Mexican state, replacing cheap unauthorized labor to the U.S. as a chief export.
The Jewel of the Desert has lost some of its shine.
Life is Beautiful founder Rehan Choudhry plans to re-emerge with Emerge.
Three years ago this month, two Las Vegas police officers were shot and killed while having lunch at a pizza restaurant on Nellis Boulevard.
UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art is throwing open its doors on Friday for a day of arts, performances, and activities.
From swanky high-rise penthouses to 170-square-foot micro-units, downtown Las Vegas has a lot of residential living options — and city officials want to get that word out.
The FBI is investigating some members of the vice unit at Las Vegas Metro Police and the Clark County District Attorney’s Office has removed itself from an appeal involving a convicted pimp already
Las Vegas has been a popular destination for some big box office movies: "Leaving Las Vegas," "Vegas Vacation," "The Hangover" … the list goes on.
Brothels in Nye County are going to see higher licensing fees and brothel owner Dennis Hof isn’t happy about it.
The 79th session of the Nevada Legislature ended this week after 120 days and passage of more than 500 bills.
Now the dust is settling and Nevadans can assess the results.
Catholic Charities relies on federal funding for food programs, homeless services.
In April, two of six defendants were convicted of charges stemming from the 2014 standoff at Bundy Ranch in Bunkerville.
Richard Bryan, who fought the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository as Nevada’s governor and in the U.S.
Neighbors of these rentals have complained for years about parties, residential streets lined with cars, and noise into the wee hours of the morning.
Nevada is one of the driest states in the country, yet swimming pools are filled, lawns are watered and water flows from the tap whenever we need it. But what if it didn’t?
Each year, Nevada receives about $20 million in community development block grants.
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