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Gardening experts answer questions and offer tips for the fall
Summer is ending, the fall cooldown is coming, and with it the best time to add new plants and trees.
In the early 1960s, the Windsor Park neighborhood came to life in North Las Vegas.
As the pandemic waned this spring it was off with the masks and on with the show in Las Vegas.
A growing number of hospitals in the Mountain West are facing an unprecedented surge of COVID-19 patients. Almost all of them are unvaccinated.
The Caldor Fire, one of the largest wildfires in California history, has been burning in the Lake Tahoe area since late August, scorching more than 200,000 acres.
Editor's note: This originally aired on Sept. 14.
President Joe Biden’s signed an executive order last month with the goal of having half of all cars sold in 2030 be electric, part of his agenda to address global warming.
LGBTQ-plus people were once integral parts of Indigenous communities. Colonization — and the introduction of Christianity — changed that. In this episode, hear about some Natives who are reclaiming their identities.
Most Las Vegans knew the Mount Charleston Lodge as a place to beat the heat during the summer.
A Texas man is suing to recover nearly $87,000 taken from him at a Nevada Highway Patrol traffic stop early this year.