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A bill that could prevent developers from putting up homes near national conservation areas in Nevada is less restrictive than originally written.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Reno and Las Vegas both appear in the American Lung Association's Top 10 lists.
Cuts to federal housing grants would reduce beds in Reno's only shelter.
The rhythms of Las Vegas inspired composer Nathan Tanouye to write a jazz orchestral suite that has its world premiere this weekend.
There might be higher-profile political interest groups than fifth-graders, but legislation benefitting those young people and their families is moving briskly through the Nevada Legislature.
Colorado has already addressed issues that Nevada faces, such as THC massage and public consumption.
UNLV takes the wraps off this week on a new one-stop multicultural resource center that’s intended to serve one of the most diverse student populatio
Less than a month ago, a tourist was shot and killed on a public bus on the Strip.
The jury is deliberating. Will the people who gathered arms and answered the call to defend Clive Bundy’s cattle be convicted for conspiracy? Or will they be found not guilty?
The new Nevada State College crew team and a community rowing club have taken to the waters of Lake Las Vegas.
Water is life. And Nevada is on the front lines of dealing with scarce water resources.
Scientists and their supporters will be picking up protest signs instead of test tubes this weekend.
Last May, we did a segment on rape on college campuses that included Salt Lake Tribune reporter Erin Alberty.
Longtime Las Vegas sports bettor and developer Bill Walters was convicted last week in a federal courtroom in Manhattan on 10 charges related to insider trading on
Federal income taxes are due to the IRS on April 18 -- one week from Tuesday.
Entrepreneur Jessica Schneider is at the heart of the rise of Reno's Midtown District.
An Oklahoma congressman wants to close a tax loophole used to finance stadium projects like the one planned for Las Vegas, saying it’s a handout to wealthy team owners and sports leagues and takes
The election of Donald Trump as president ignited a spirit of activism in the country — and Nevada.
Since he took office, President Donald Trump has held true to campaign promises by signing an executive order allowing Immigration and Customs Enforcement or ICE, to step up deportation of people i
Henderson voters gave Councilwoman Debra March a promotion to be mayor of Nevada’s second largest city.
The recession hit Nevada hard, lots of people lost jobs, and because of that, they lost their homes.
The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas chronicles the history of organized crime, and that story would be less complete were it not for the efforts of intrepid news reporters.
Southern Nevada’s economy continues its slow — and so far, steady — years-long recovery from the Great Recession, a pair of financial experts say.