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The tragic school shooting in Florida last week is a stark reminder to Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Steve Wynn has to give up his villa on Wynn Resorts property, and he won't be getting a multi-million-dollar severance package.
On the heels of last week's school shooting in Florida and four months since the shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that left 58 dead, we take a look back at what we know now about mass shootings and
Jim Cuming is a retired farmer, third generation. His grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Ireland, by way of Canada.
Strip shooter Stephen Paddock modified his guns with bump stocks, devices that boosted their lethality by giving them the firing speed of automatic weapons when he killed 58 people on Oct. 1.
Marty Allen’s career as comedian and actor spans seven decades and he shows little sign of slowing down.
At 93, Marty Allen still performs with his wife, Karon Kate Blackwell.
The roots of the Las Vegas Westside — the historically black neighborhood near downtown — predate the city’s 1905 founding.
Nevada is nationally ranked, and has only lost once at home this season. But that loss came to UNLV -- a team on the upswing.
Carson City is Nevada's capital, but it's also an independent city with about 60,000 residents.
Budget guidelines from the Trump Administration includes some $120 million to re-start the licensing process to open Yucca Mountain.