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Sometime between winter and spring, another season starts in Nevada — allergy season.
Recent news that the U.S.
One of the biggest players in Las Vegas’ casino history didn’t own the most hotels, but billionaire and former Riviera owner Meshulam Riklis made his mark on the Strip.
New Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom wants to give Maryland Parkway a facelift.
One of the most famous adventures in the Old West ended 150 years ago on the banks of the Virgin River in northern Clark County.
It was anything but a straight line that brought the new head of UNLV’s School of Architecture to campus.
Sunday was bitterly cold in Las Vegas -- at least by Southern Nevada standards.
A state ethics complaint alleging bias in a short-term rental appl
Michelle Sherman was 5 years old when she discovered she was different.
There are 27 state parks in Nevada.
The sex workers in Nevada's brothel industry have complex lives but they are not ones filled with self-loathing and regret.
Joe Neal was the first African American elected to Nevada’s Senate, a position he held for 32 years.
Last week, Nevada’s governor and attorney general were sworn in to
A legislative panel has proposed giving Nevada’s municipalities the authority to raise taxes and fees to address a shortage of affordable housing in the state.
Las Vegas Councilman Steve Seroka says those pushing for his recall are looking for “a side door” to bypass the will of the voters.
Las Vegas Councilman Steve Seroka has been on the job less than two years, but some of his constituents have had enough.
The partial government shutdown has caused
One of the nation’s top art exhibitions opens this week at UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art, which is taking the opportunity to cement connections to the broader Southern Nevada community.
Nevada’s large immigration population is being greatly affected by new immigration policies and enforcement by the Trump administration.
As 2018 slips into history, Nevadans can look back on a year that saw the
A rock climbing advocacy group named Red Rock Canyon outside Las Vegas one of the most threatened climbing areas in the country.
For many of us, Christmas is about family and traditions.
For others, it's a stressful or even a sad time. No matter how good or bad your holiday is, it’s quite likely to include music.
More and more Californians are calling Nevada home, and Las Vegas has become the 30th most populous metropolitan area in the U.S.
Right now, there are 65 marijuana dispensaries operating. Earlier this month, the state’s Department of Taxation issued new conditional licenses – 61 of them.