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Steve Wynn is out as casino owner. But is he all-in as art dealer?
And the two Democrats fighting to become their party’s candidate for governor are attacking each other.
A lot is happening with police in Las Vegas these days.
Paul Smith of Cedar City was one of the first to be part of the U.S. Army's Stargate program. Las Vegas resident Col. John B. Alexander (ret.) was a huge proponent of the program.
The gaming company has bankrolled an EP called "Universal Love," recasting classic love songs in a same-sex light.
Suicide claimed the lives of 127 veterans in Nevada in 2014, the last year that complete records are available.
Home prices rose 16 percent compared to this time last year.
There is no question that California is an attractive place to live: beautiful weather, amazing coastline, glamorous jobs.
Plans to build homes on the site of the failed Badlands golf course are again before Las Vegas City Council.
On May 14, it will be one year since Tashii Brown died in police custody on the Las Vegas Strip.
East Las Vegas wants to be its own city.
Or at least some of its residents do.
They say they want better representation, more funding and lower taxes.
Reno marks its sesquicentennial today with thousands expected for the “Biggest Little City in the World’s”
For more than a decade, Atlantic Richfield Company has been delivering bottled water to roughly 100 homes in a remote Native American reservation in western Nevada.
Bill Cosby was convicted of three counts of aggravated indecent as
It just rained but does that mean it’s time to put the tomatoes in? Or should you have done that already?
Ranchers pay fees to graze their cattle on public land in Nevada; tourists and residents enjoy camping, hiking, and hunting on those lands.
Is Nevada creating an October First memorial?
There’s a little-known Native American tribe that exists in downtown Las Vegas on a handful of acres.
Rest assured, it’s about to become a lot more popular.
The dancers from Nevada Ballet Theatre take their final bows of the company’s 46th season this weekend.
Incidents of rape reported to the Rape Crisis Center in Clark County have increased – a lot.
Major cities - including Las Vegas – are forever wondering how they can rejuvenate their run-down urban cores.
Health officials in Las Vegas are reporting a jump in the number of flu cases, deaths and hospitalizations this year compared with last year.
The Wynn Resorts board added three women--it had just one before.
This month, President Trump enacted a new law that led to the closure of some personal ads on Craigslist.
If an earthquake were to strike, or a large disease outbreak would occur, how ready would Nevada be to take on such a disaster?
Journaling is more than just a pastime. In some cases, it’s a lifesaver.