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From the outside, Reynolds had everything going for him. Inside, he was a mess. Depression, which he’d dealt with for years, had reached the bottom.
2016 marked the diamond jubilee for a downtown Las Vegas gambling institution, the El Cortez.
As writer and photographer, Matthew Christopher has embarked on a project that has taken him to empty and decrepit buildings.
Just north of the Strip, lies another parking puzzle – the city's Downtown.
The trip from Reno to Denver is about 1,100 miles, and can be made just through the states of Nevada, Utah and Colorado.
When it comes to murder, Clark County is off to another “banner” year.
In the first 10 days, we had five murders. Another man was shot in the chest and survived.
Singer Buddy Greco, a Las Vegas entertainment mainstay has died. He was 90 years old.
Many Northern Nevadans spent this week cleaning up after the Truckee River flooded in places.
Just before November’s election, gun sales in America shot through the roof. This was the storyline: Gun owners feared Hillary Clinton would, somehow, take away their guns.
KNPR contributor John L. Smith is back after a little time off during the holiday season, and he’s resolved to give us a pair of intriguing stories this week.
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