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(Editor's note: This interview originally aired June 2019)
Among the dozens of bills signed into law by the governor after the legislature adjourned is a number of those designed to protect Nevada’s natural resources.
The national unemployment rate is at a 50-year low, but layoffs are making headlines in Nevada.
The Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors announced the median home price in Reno reached an all-time high this month, passing $420,000.
The Colorado River is short on water. But you wouldn’t know it by looking at a slate of proposed water projects in the river’s Upper Basin states of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
It’s been one week since municipal elections.
Three new faces are on the Las Vegas City Council. Brian Knudsen, Olivia Diaz, and Victoria Seaman all won their races.
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It can be fun.
The struggle over federal public land policy in Nevada and elsewhere in the West continues to provide rich material for a variety of talented writers.
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In the 1990s, three men
A night of alcohol-fueled mayhem in Nye County pushed one of the world’s rarest creatures closer to extinction.