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Reno might have skeletons in its closet, or maybe some ghosts haunting downtown.
Favorable weather helped in the battle against the Tamarack Fire, which has burned nearly 70,000 acres in Northern Nevada and California.
Elvis Presley apparently has one more Las Vegas comeback in him.
The discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at tribal schools in Canada inspired a Native American teenager from Northern Nevada to recreate his great-grandfather’s escape from a similar school ne
A new report detailing
Vegas Golden Knights fans got dealt a shock with the surprising news that star goalie Marc-Andre Fleury was being traded to the Chicago Blackhawks.
Indigenous peoples’ connection to their ancestral homelands and Americans’ concept of “public lands” intersect — or collide — when those lands are under threat of development and proposed for gover
Nye County is home to 50,000 people spread across an area bigger than some states.
A southern Utah city plans to pull additional water from the Colorado River, but the move amid a historic drought has left some concerned.
Nevada's two senators — Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen — have
Southern Nevada municipal governments have more than a half-billion dollars in federal pandemic relief funds to allocate before the end of next month.
This week the Oakland City Council approved a plan to build a new stadium and keep the A’s from moving out of town.
An extremely obese potbellied pig dubbed Cupcake has been recovering since it was found abandoned in a dog crate left outside a Las Vegas home last month.
Desert tortoises can face a pretty tough life.
Floods are bad enough, but adding the adjective “flash” makes them deadlier in Southern Nevada.
One of Las Vegas’ oldest neighborhoods is counting on technology to provide tomorrow’s employment opportunities.
The resurgence of COVID-19 in Nevada has led to more deaths, renewed requests for masks, and warnings for others to stay away.
The pandemic has taken a toll even on those untouched by the coronavirus.
Editor's note: This discussion originally aired on July 19.
Casinos were quiet on the Strip during the pandemic but boardrooms were busy.
What a difference a year makes.
The nation’s racial reckoning has brought raised voices and emotional appeals to recent meetings of Clark County School District trustees.
Editor's Note: Nevada Public Radio's Native Nevada podcast explores the issues facing the state's indi
Severe weather may have played a role in the deaths of two veteran firefighters in a plane crash in northwest Arizona over the weekend.