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The City of Las Vegas says it is doing the right thing by fining and potentially jailing homeless campers who refuse to stay in a shelter.
Red Rock Resorts announced last week it was immediately closing its newest nightclub.
Kaos had been open less than a year and was part of a $690 million renovation of the Palms Casino.
In Mexico, a family member of the nine women and children shot to death in a violent ambush Monday says they won’t be run off by the drug cartels that have made the area around their homes so dange
Democratic Party presidential candidate Tom Steyer’s com
Reno made its name by welcoming the kinds of things other cities wouldn’t touch.
During the last legislative session, Nevada lawmakers approved SB135, which recognizes the collective bargaining
Las Vegas is one of America’s booziest cities. And beer has played a big part in developing that reputation.
The number of threats or assaults against federal employees who oversee public lands is on the rise.
People have a fascination, or fear, of the afterlife.
What lies beyond? Nirvana? Hell? If there’s nothing, is this it--is this all we have?
Jamal Rashid is a rapper and a producer, and now he’s also a convicted pimp.
UNR was thrust into an uncomfortable spotlight in 2017 when one of its students was photographed at the violent white supremacist
The Clark County Commission is one of the most powerful governing bodies in Nevada.
And it’s overseeing some pretty big projects in the Las Vegas area.
Prison guards in Nevada scored a major victory last week when a federal appeals court ruled in their favor.
Nicholas Trutanich has been U.S. attorney for Nevada since January, after being unanimously confirmed by the Senate.
In Elko, some 422 miles north of Las Vegas, it’s starting to get very cold at night. Temperatures are freezing or below.
Mass shootings like the one that happened on October 1, 2017, can have intense emotional consequences for first responders.
Experts on the history of the American West are moseying into Las Vegas this week.
Last week, the city of Las Vegas decided it would stop charging people with misdemeanors for domestic violence.
Arts are on the march in Las Vegas. At least that’s what promoters of weekend art events say.
MGM Resorts announced a massive settlement with the families of victims of the October 1st shooting.
Much has changed since 19th-century wit Oscar Wilde said conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative.
Democratic presidential candidates crisscrossed Nevada last week, wi
Those who seek aid for the homeless, along with several homeless themselves, wearing T-shirts provided by the city, protested a city-borne proposal Wednesday that they say will criminalize street e
Climate change is having effects everywhere and it’s only going to get more pronounced.
New flat rates for taxis driving from McCarran International Airport to the Strip were just approved by the Nevada Taxicab Authority.