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North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee talks about his future and the future of his city; (fictional) space aliens invade
The rascally aliens that tried to conquer the Earth last year in “Live From Area 51” are at it again.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee is finishing his second term in a different political party than when he took office eight years ago.
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The Las Vegas Book Festival celebrates its 20th year on Saturday, and it is celebrating by hearing from literary giants like Fran Lebowitz and Sandra
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Retired Las Vegas City Attorney Brad Jerbic is seeking to develop quality, affordable housing in the Las Vegas Valley.
With service businesses struggling to find workers amid the pandemic, one Las Vegas restaurant is offering to share the wealth.
Two Southern Nevada nonprofits are teaming up with bars and restaurants to raise money for a domestic violence prevention guide aimed at Nevada high school students.