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A joking Facebook page asking people to storm the top-secret military base, Area 51, 150 miles north of Las Vegas, has become serious business.
(Editor's note: This discussion originally aired July 12, 2019)
Fire season is here and parts of Nevada are already burning.
Researchers with the Urban Institute say Nevada is among the states most at risk of a miscount in next year’
Every year, the Burning Man festival sets up a sprawling temporary settlement in the Black Rock Desert where thousands of attendees gather to share art, music and their own brand of counter-cultura
In St. George, Utah, civic boosters are looking up.
A 200-foot mesa that borders downtown is turning into a business park called Tech Ridge.
Nearly 700 new laws started going on t
Just when it seems one giant wave of gaming headlines ebbs, another follows.
Organized labor helped put Democrats in charge of Nevada's governor’s office and both houses of the Legislature for the first time in 30 years, and that alignment aided both public- and private-sec
Washoe County School District's board of trustees voted Monday to terminate Superintendent Traci Davis, ending a weeks-long battle between the district's board and its top executive.
The Fourth of July is two days away. While most of us enjoy a night of grilling and fireworks with family and friends, it is not exactly a relaxing night for police.
Las Vegas City Council meetings can sometimes be a little dramatic, which is at least one of the reasons the City of Las Vegas is launching its own reality show.
After so much controversy, the loss of its visionary founder, the original name and millions of dollars, Wynn Resorts finally
Around this time of year, many of us are looking for that perfect book to have handy next to the bottle of sunscreen.
The National Atomic Testing Museum has been on the UNLV campus more than 14 years.
A problem has been festering on many college and university campuses around the nation - inclduing those in Nevada. Many students are faced with food and housing insecurity.
Without question, some people have a fascination with blowing things up. And one way people itch that urge is through fireworks around this time of year.
Lawmakers addressed gun control, criminal justice reform and education. But perhaps one of the most pressing issues was housing.
Last year, Clark County Libraries hosted Drag Queen Story Hour during special programming for Family Pride Day.
Think homeowners association, and squabbles over unkept yards might come to mind.
But the association for Spring Creek in Elko County runs a city — in almost everything but name.
As more of us are living longer, we’re also thinking about extending our working lives.
Las Vegas is the fastest-warming city in the country because of a changing
Among the dozens of bills signed into law by the governor after the legislature adjourned is a number of those designed to protect Nevada’s natural resources.
The national unemployment rate is at a 50-year low, but layoffs are making headlines in Nevada.
The Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors announced the median home price in Reno reached an all-time high this month, passing $420,000.
The Colorado River is short on water. But you wouldn’t know it by looking at a slate of proposed water projects in the river’s Upper Basin states of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.