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One of the state's most seasoned reporters and columnists is retiring after nearly four decades on the job.
Homeless survey shows more than 6,000 people are experiencing homelessness in Clark County, which is down slightly from the 2017 numbers.
In about 100 days, voters in Nevada will have a big choice to make
From modest beginnings a quarter-century ago, Reno's Artown — pronounced Art Town — has grown to 500 events at 100 locations over the course of July.
Like the rest of Nevada, the Reno area suffers from mental illness and addiction at rates that are far higher than the national av
Love them or hate them — every neighborhood, every 4th of July holiday has them.
"They" are the neighbors that have driven to Nye County or Moapa and bought fireworks to put on a show.
The victory by controversial brothel owner Dennis Hof in an Assembly primary race left a Nye County commissioner singing the blues — literally.
Four years ago, the idea for an off-road park on federal land in Clark County was approved by Congress.
The Clark County Commission chamber was not a happy place for many who attended Tuesday.
Reno political newcomer Sarah Peters scored a surprising win in this month’s primary election, prevailing in a four-way Assembly race that included a b
The drug ketamine has gone from Vietnam battlefields to nightclub dance floors to a
Questions from a judge over Metro’s vice unit; the unions attacking a longtime union supporter in last week’s Clark County Commission race; and Elvis Presley’s drummer.
Summer is here, the days are long and hot.
To pass the time maybe you’ll go to a beach the mountains or Lake Mead. Or sit in your air-conditioned home ... and read a book.
The final votes in the primary election will be tallied tonight, and KNPR News contributor John L. Smith wonders whether Chris Giunchigliani benefited from a late endorsement by Hillary Clinton.
Last fall, the Vegas Golden Knights took to the ice as an expansion team of hockey castoffs. One season later they are known as Stanley Cup finalists.
All right, pop quiz: Where is downtown North Las Vegas?
If you guessed city hall and the area surrounding it, you're right.
Now, where's North Las Vegas City Hall?
As more and more people take Uber and Lyft for rides, what’s going on with the taxi industry? Can it withstand the 40 percent drop in rides? Will a new Taxicab Authority chief help or hurt?
Defense attorney Robert Langford is trying to unseat Steve Wolfson as Clark County district attorney.
Of all the races on the June ballot, few offices touch as many people as Clark County district attorney.
Like the magic he’s known for, master illusionist David Copperfield made a troublesome civil case just disappear in District Judge Mark Denton’s courtroom this week.
Comic books have long been a place to retreat into other worlds, other minds for fantasy and fun.
When President Donald Trump called for a military presence at the border last month, state leaders rallied around the plan.
The average American uses about 90 gallons of water a day. In St. George, the number is closer to 300.