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With a potential 10,000 construction jobs at stake, Nevada recently approved $200 million in tax-exempt private activity bonds in order to help finance a high-speed electric train linking Las Vegas
Nicole Cannizzaro had planned to spend this week in Milwaukee as a delegate to her first Democratic National Convention.
Las Vegas might be the Entertainment Capital of the World, but because of the pandemic, there’s no entertainment to be had.
Last week’s massive explosion in Beirut was felt 7,000 miles away by the small and tightknit Lebanese community in Las Vegas.
The university regents' chief of staff threatened to “man speak” to a female regent who wanted to comment during a public meeting Friday.
Over the course of 40 years, the government detonated nearl
Las Vegas City Council last month voted to spend
Nevada’s LGBT citizens have been fighting for equality since statehood was established in the 1800s.
The iconic Blue Angel has returned to Las Vegas, morphing from motel decor to a piece of public art placed east of downtown.
Infectious diseases know no species.
The Joshua tree grows in the Mojave Desert — and almost nowhere else in the world.
Food delivery has skyrocketed during COVID-19, as people still stay away from dining in restaurants.
The pandemic has thrown a wrench into every aspect of our lives, whether it’s work, family, relationships with the people we live with, and of course, friendships.
Nevada is now squarely in the crosshairs of COVID-19.
Activists and trade union supporters marched in Las Vegas on Monday in support of Black-owned businesses.
Southern Nevada hospitals are filling with COVID-19 patients, and intensive care unit occupancy is rising fast.
Telemedicine got a shot in the arm from the pandemic.
Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams announced last week that he’ll be retiring at the end of the year after three years in the job.
The moratorium that Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak put on evictions in late March was only meant to last until the end of the COVID-19 state of emergency.
Ely sits 240 miles north of Las Vegas, 240 miles west of Salt Lake City, and more than 300 miles east of Reno, making it one of the most remote cities in the Lower 48 states.
Developer Irwin Molasky, who started building in Las Vegas in the 1950s, died over the weekend at age 93.
Southern Nevada cultural institutions are reopening after the pandemic shutdown, but things are different.
COVID-19 has proven to infect people indiscriminately.
A new North American trade deal went on the books Wednesday.
From deep recession to global warming, terrorism to pandemic illness, a remarkable confluence of challenges calls America to summon its inner strengths.