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Coming up on Thursday's program...
It is not unusual to spot coyotes roaming the desert Southwest or to hear their howls at night. But just how dangerous are they?
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.
The NFL playoffs come to a head this weekend, but are sportsbooks happy an underdog could make it to the Big Game?
Las Vegas plays host this weekend to the national Women’s March for 2018, something organizers say demonstrates Nevada’s im
A federal judge in California last week ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program – or DACA – must continue despite President Donald Trump’s vow to stop the program unless Congr
Nevada United States Senate powerhouse Harry Reid has been pretty quiet since retiring last year after three decades in office.
While the East Coast is suffering through a winter that featured a ‘bomb cyclone,’ the West Coast has been dry.
In 2010, we talked with a pair of young women in Las Vegas loo
Jeff Scheid's photographs of the Fallini Ranch are on display at the Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas.
The acclaimed singer visits The Smith Center for a show with her old friend Stephen Stills.
Skiers rejoiced a bit earlier this week because the rain that fell in lower elevations turned to snow in the mountains.