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Chris Harris stopped an unmarked Border Patrol SUV at the existing fence between San Diego and Tijuana. He recalled finding a group of illegal entrants in the exact same spot years ago.
You probably remember last year when a courageous solo climber scaled El Capitan in Yosemite National Park… without ropes.
If you want to operate a short-term rental in the City of Las Vegas, you have to have a special-use permit.
That law was put in place last year to try to curb party houses.
Las Vegas psychologist Robert Hunter pioneered the treatment of problem gambling, caring for thousands of patients over 30 years until
Tomorrow is March 14 -- the one-month anniversary of the shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Daniel Silva Soto and his wife had recently moved from their home town of Puebla, Mexico, to Mesa, Arizona.
MEXICO CITY—Foreign visitors to the United States are on the decline after six straight years of growth.
The Department of Energy wants to store high-level nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain for 100,000 years.
The next few weeks might give an indication of the likelihood of that happening.
Josh Ellis and Aaron Archer are on a mission.
But is it heaven sent?
The fallout from a January Wall Street Journal
It’s a question that journalists have been contemplating in this era of mass shootings: in how much detail do we describe the wounds of the victims. What constitutes sensationalism?
If your car insurance rates went up last year, you’re not alone.
Rates are on the rise.
Nationally, they’re up about 20 percent, but Las Vegas rates have increased even more.
We ask IRS experts about that, and any other tax questions you might have.
The October 1 shooting that left 58 people dead and hundreds injured was one of the worst tragedies to ever hit the city and the country.
The Atomwaffen group has members all over the country, including in Las Vegas.
Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve delivered her third State of the City address last month.
It’s been quite a year for the Biggest Little City.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, protests, politician action, and court orders chipped away at institutional discrimination in Southern Nevada.
John L. Smith says these are strange days at the Clark County Regional Justice Center.
The Economic Opportunity Board of Las Vegas was on the front lines of President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty.
From preserving history to fighting for voting rights to mentoring young people, the women of Delta Sigma Theta sorority have long worked to better the lives of black Las Vegans.
Joe Heck, a former congressman and current Army Reserves brigadier general, has enlisted in a national effort to promote military and public service.
Parkland, Florida is now part of a collection of communities around the country that have been home to a mass shooting. Las Vegas joined that collection in October.
Jim Cuming is a retired farmer, third generation. His grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Ireland, by way of Canada.
Take a drive east from Reno on “America’s loneliest highway,” and you’ll eventually find your way to Ely, Nevada.