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Many of the 320,000 students in the Clark County School District rely on their schools for more than learning.
A decades-long water war that pitted thirsty Las Vegas against rural and environmental interests ended quietly this week.
At a time when Nevada municipalities are typically finishing their fiscal year budgets, Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams is fighting a pandemic.
On March 5, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak adopted
Easter has been celebrated for millennia, but never like this year.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto represents a state where its biggest industry — hospitality — has shut down in the face of the coronavirus.
Fans of Tim Burton will have one last chance to enjoy the filmmaker’s exhibition at the Neon Museum — even though it’s closed because of the coronavirus.
A pair of Nevada construction industry leaders say there’s more risk from the coronavirus at the gas station or grocery store than on a construction site.
A bipartisan federal commission that recommended women register for the draft was headed by former Rep.
Las Vegas stands to suffer more than any other U.S. big city in the coronavirus-related economic downturn.
From sold-out games on the Strip to capacity crowds at practices in Summerlin, people can’t seem to get enough the Vegas
The U.S. attorney for Nevada wants to remind potential lawbreakers that his office remains open for business.
Rural Nevada had healthcare challenges before the coronavirus.
Hundreds of thousands of Nevadans
Rep. Dina Titus called the $2 trillion stimulus bill “worker-up,” saying the coronavirus pandemic response focuses on individuals, not corporations.
With the Strip shut down and the streets nearly empty because of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus, has policing become easier or more difficult?
Nevada will take a hit because of the coronavirus shutdown but the state could snap back quickly, according to a pair of economic observers.
A project that pairs police in Las Vegas with domestic violence support is expanding.
Last November the city of Las Vegas tightened restrictions on sleeping on the streets.
You might think that because of the hoarding stories at
If you’re worried about food in light of the pandemic, you're probably getting ready to seed your garden. But what to plant? And how about those overgrown trees?
Among the concerns of those finding themselves without work, one of the most basic and immediate is, “How will I feed my family?”
As the number of people with coronavirus continues to grow, one of the biggest concerns is health c
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Polygamy may no longer be a felony offense in Utah, should the governor sign the measure passed by state lawmakers.