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More than a decade ago, Nevadans voted to strengthen indoor smoking laws. It was a huge change for a state that touts itself as live and let live.
The homeownership rate for Black Americans is 42.7 perc
The U.S. Supreme Court has let the Trump administration’s so-called public-charge rule take effect while the legal fight over it continues.
It seemed like a routine traffic stop until police in Ki
“What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas” is one of the most recognized ad slogans in history.
A captain at the Nevada Southern Detention Center in Pahrump was recently fired for his activity on a white supremacist chat forum.
Rents in Nevada have been climbing for a long time now. And yet, it’s getting even worse in Reno.
Downtown Reno’s longtime casino district continues to evolve.
If nothing else, the plan to shuttle visitors under the Las Vegas Convention Center in electric vehicles has sparked discussion about transit needs in the tourist corridor.
Rep. Susie Lee started her Congressional career in 2019 by being sworn in during the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
Lee Canyon ski area, about 30 miles northwest of Las Vegas, has proposed a major expansion that's entering its final phase f
Looking to retire?
You might want to consider selling your house in Nevada and moving to Florida or Colorado.
To hear some tell it, Las Vegas is becoming more like Los Angeles every day.
When 6-year-old Olamide Ajayi heard that his former home-school teacher Miss Lisa Bernauer was sick with cancer and stru
For two years, environmentalists, hunters, jeepers, tri
The underground rapid transit system being built beneath the Las Vegas Convention Center will expand into the tourist corridor and beyond, predict both the convention authority CEO and the head of
Michael Schaus likes EVs almost as much as he dislikes big government.
In Nevada’s effort to become more electric-vehicle friendly, Kristina Swallow works where the rubber meets the road.
Nevada has one of the nation’s fastest adoption rates for electric vehicles in the country, but still, fewer than 2 percent of motorists drive EVs.
Who are these people?
The emissions scandal that dirtied Volkswagen’s reputation has made for cleaner air in Nevada.
Think electric vehicle and what comes to mind? A Tesla turning heads? A tiny Nissan Leaf? How about a municipal bus?
With a big push from Carson City, Nevada is hitting the accelerator when it comes to the electrification of the transportation system.
The Salt River Project announced it would close the Navajo Generating Station two years ago. That started a domino effect on the Navajo Nation.
The 200,000 people who packed Nellis Air Force Base in November for the Aviation Nation airshow got a glimpse of the kind of attack drone that killed an Iranian general earlier this month.