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Earlier this year, Nevada learned the Department of Energy had secretly shipped weapons-grade plutonium to a facility within the Nevada National Security Site.
In the 1990s, three men
A night of alcohol-fueled mayhem in Nye County pushed one of the world’s rarest creatures closer to extinction.
A $50 million building proposed for Nevada State College’s School of Education would put a dent in Nevada’s chronic shortage of teachers, according to the school’s dean.
Hallmark doesn’t have a card, but this is Economic Development Week, when economic development age
Locals in Las Vegas have no shortage of opinion on the issue of casinos charging to park on the Las Vegas Strip.
Layoffs at MGM. Uncertainty at Caesars. Flat Las Vegas visitor volume.
Recent statistics show bicycle deaths on Nevada roads have remained about steady over the last few years. They’re about 2 to 3 percent of all traffic-related deaths.
We’re at an odd and difficult time right now when hate and the violence that comes with it is a growing trend. It’s true nationally. It’s true in Nevada.
Las Vegas is known for its lavish
Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom put landlords on notice: Keep up your apartment complexes — or else.
The late-Governor Kenny Guinn had a sterling reputation in Nevada. But a Las Vegas journalist and author casts some doubt on that legacy.
In less than two years, legal recreational cannabis has gone from zero to a billion-dollar business in Nevada.
But not everything is mellow.
As lawmakers in Carson City grapple with a bill that might change the sentencing system in Nevada's judicial system, one program has been quietly working
Rep. Susie Lee has been in Congress for a little over 100 days, and she has already seen a lot.
The 2019 Pulitzer Prize
Las Vegans have been up in arms about a proposed 3,000-home development near Red Rock
Ever since the recession, when tens of thousands of Nevadans lost jobs largely because our state is so tied to gaming, there’s been a push to diversify the economy.
CIÉNEGA DE SANTA CLARA, MEXICO — Juan Butrón-Méndez navigates a small metal motorboat through a maze of tall reeds here in the Mexican state of Sonora.
Sen. Jacky Rosen drove 650 miles to cross a bridge.
Rosen took a listening tour recently of rural Nevada, where very few of her fellow Democrats reside.
The years of studies, presentations and lobbying for light rail on Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas hit a dead end last week.
Nevada’s prison population remains above the national
Several MGM Resorts International executives have departed recently, taking buyouts as part of a major cost-cutting initiative.
Former Sen. Harry Reid has a new foe: anti-Semitism.
It’s been a little over a year since the shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida