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Coming up on Tuesday's program...
NASA is working on a way to power space exploration and the testing of that new technology is happening right here in Southern Nevada.
If humans ever make it to Mars, we're going to need a way to plug in our iPhones.
John L. Smith was at the Women's March and Rally at Sam Boyd Stadium this past weekend, and he was impressed by what he saw.
Sean O’Kane was at CES 2018, which ended earlier this month. He reported on the latest from the tech show for The Verge and joins us to catch us up.
When he was hired last year, Thom Reilly was envisioned as something of a welcome relief to Nevada’s relatively small university system.
Nevada’s top economic development officials are set to unveil their plans for 2018 during events this week at both ends of the state.
Now that the Bundys are out of jail and the judge dropped charges due to misconduct by federal prosecutors, all their troubles are over, right?
Not so fast.
What happens when an inmate on death row wants to be executed, but the state doesn't know how to do it?
The NFL playoffs come to a head this weekend, but are sportsbooks happy an underdog could make it to the Big Game?
Coyotes are so prevalent in Nevada that the state can’t even estimate how many there are and because they aren't protected or managed the state doesn't count them.
Las Vegas plays host this weekend to the national Women’s March for 2018, something organizers say demonstrates Nevada’s im