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Thousands of the languages around the world are on the verge of extinction.
While cures and vaccines remain elusive, the head of research at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health says progress is being made in the fights against Alzheimer’s and other cognit
As investigators combed through the aftermath of a Las Vegas apartment fire that left six dead, survivors struggled to get on with their lives.
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Across Nevada, housing costs are rising.
Part of that is the influx of new people seeking homes and apartments; part of it is not enough homes and apartments are being built.
A new WalletHub ranking looked at where the most generous Americas live
For many of us, the holidays are the best time of the year.
The Nevada Supreme Court has issued its report on the counties' family court systems, and guess what? It found the often-criticized Clark County family court is doing most things right.
It’s the time of year
The first – and only -- marijuana tasting room in Nevada opened in October.
Sexual assaults on Nevada’s two largest campuses rose sharply from 2017 to 2018.
When the first whistle blows at Allegiant Stadium next football season, it will kick off a string of major new developments in Las Vegas.
The stadium’s on its way to completion, so does
You may get mad when you
State attorney general Aaron Ford has been on the job less than a year.
But he hit the ground running.
The Las Vegas Historic Preservation Commission just did a deep dive into history — its own.
Lotus of Siam is one of
Great American writers will grace us this Thanksgiving, 2019. Giving Thanks remembers poet Mary Oliver as she reads poems of gratitude and nature.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders represent the fastest growing demographic in Nevada.
Imagine what we'd find out if we'd just ask?
Shop. Click. And the next day, your purchase is on your doorstep.
Amazon has changed the face of shopping, but at a surprisingly high human cost.
The new head of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is an old hand in Nevada.
For two decades Representative John Shimkus has been one of the strongest congressional supporters of storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain.
But that’s about to change.
Las Vegas police have had their hands full.
The historic Huntridge Theater in downtown Las Vegas is in the process of being sold.