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The brainchild of comedian Jerry Lewis died last week.
Zach Sorenson is an Eagle Scout. He’s a student at Stanford University, where he studies public policy and computer science. He’s Mormon. And he’s gay.
All of us at some point will face the physical, emotional, and mental challenges of getting older.
A proposal to tame the often rowdy and revealing gauntlet of downtown Las Vegas entertainers will get more time for city leaders to craft the rules.
Maybe it's financially-motivated, or maybe it's just a personal decision. Whatever it is, more people are making the decision to not have children than ever before.
Project Neon is a multi-phase project that will cost taxpayers well over a billion dollars to improve traffic flow on Interstate 15.
The political battle over raising taxes to fund more police officers is over.
The Clark County Commission approved the more cops sales tax increase Tuesday.
On July 25 of this year, smoke billowed from the Las Vegas Strip, and residents who were here on November 21, 1980 felt a familiar stirring.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Clark County commissioners may reconsider their decision to deny a permit for what has evolved into a zoo in Moapa.
Trails and parks throughout the state will be getting a boost in the coming months in large part because the deadening recession is finally lifting.
The annual arts festival in northern Nevada will look a little different this year.
Think you know a potential mate by the way they kiss?
From E-Bikes for city employees to the old-fashioned pedal pushers for school kids.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The federal agency reviewing plans for the long-stalled Yucca Mountain national nuclear waste dump in Nevada has set dates and places of public meetings about revisions to an environmental report.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Nevada Supreme Court plans to have a new Las Vegas address by 2017, in a building due to be built for it near the Clark County Regional Justice Center.
Largemouth bass and bluegills have found a home in parts of Lake Tahoe. The problem is – they don’t belong there. So what to do?
Beer is no longer just the yellowy, kind of bubbly lager that your dad bought in a can from the grocery store.
After the Las Vegas City Council approved blueprints for a Nevada Supreme Court building in downtown Las Vegas, commentaries erupted on the Internet.
Downtown Las Vegas has changed immensely since 2008. That was the year the city sank into the depths of the recession.
The Obama administration has proposed new rules that will allow more salaried workers to be eligible for overtime.
Wait. Salaried workers? Overtime?
Most people have never had any contact with the state’s conservationist and many probably don’t realize there is a state conservationist for Nevada, let alone know exactly what that person does.
After the now infamous standoff at Cliven Bundy’s ranch in Bunkerville between law enforcement and armed militia...
After rejecting many proposals to increase sales taxes to fund the hiring of more police officers, the Clark County Commission appears poised to consider the idea again.