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Pride in your local sports team, be it football, hockey or baseball, goes a long way toward uplifting a community.
The Clark County School District is responsible for the education of 325,000 students, and each year thousands of them continue their academic career at the College of Southern Nevada.
It seemed like a cute meme.
The Strip’s popular nightclubs and day clubs are big moneymakers.
For the last three years, and right before the October 2017 shooting, Leila Fadel has been reporting for National Public Radio out of Las Vegas.
And now, she’s leaving.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman's heart still breaks thinking about the 58 people murdered in Las Vegas in 2017.
Nevada isn't free of the racial and cultural divisions plaguing the entire country.
In 1986, Larry Harvey and his friend Jerry James put together a wooden statue of a man. They dragged it to Baker Beach in San Francisco on the summer solstice and light it on fire.
Professor Bill Epstein recently retired from UNLV with a glum perspective on the future.
He was featured on local TV news three years ago, toting an AR-15 and
Hotels consume more water and electricity per square foot than almost any other commercial building.
The state’s marijuana industry is booming.
It took three years, nearly a billion dollars, and made use of 4,500 construction barrels, but Project Neon is done.
The nation is in shock after two weekends in a row were disrupted by mass shootings at public events in Gilroy, California, El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
Dead people, it is said, are beyond caring.
Apparently, that does not extend to concern about the planet.
The Me Too movement sent shock waves through all kinds of industries from politics to entertainment with high-profile cases b
President Donald Trump is regularly accused of promoting racist memes online and in speeches.
Top Democrats openly say he's a racist.
Suicide kills more teens than vehicle crashes or cancer In Nevada, which has an overall suicide rate of twice the national average
From the flood of bugs in Las Vegas to the “raid on Area 51,” to someone's idea to drill into the pristine Ruby Mountains of northern Nevada, John L. Smith is seeing signs.
The Congressional Black Caucus recently named Nevada Rep.
Supporters of a ballot initiative to determine if Tucson officially becomes a “sanctuary city” turned in more than 12,000 valid signatures earlier this month — far surpassing the required
In June, downtown Fallon was officially added to the
No one has yet made sense of the October 2017 shooting that left 58 dead and injured about 850 people on the Las Vegas Strip.