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Nevada has one team at the big dance this month. Can the Wolfpack win it all in March Madness? Art Manteris from Station Casinos tells us what his books think.
How do federal employment laws protect hospitality sector workers from harassment? A UNLV law professor tells us.
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That law was put in place last year to try to curb party houses.
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Daniel Silva Soto and his wife had recently moved from their home town of Puebla, Mexico, to Mesa, Arizona.
Utah's 45-day legislative session wrapped up Thursday in Salt Lake City.