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Coming up on Thursday's program...
The country is 14 months into the Trump administration. How do you think the Trump presidency has been going?
Snowpack has been declining in the West over the last 60 years or so, and it’s worse than scientists expected.
The Korean War began 67 years ago this week and more than 35,000 Americans died in the brutal three-year conflict that has been dubbed America’s forgotten war.
MEXICO CITY—Foreign visitors to the United States are on the decline after six straight years of growth.
We listen to the music of Reno-based singer-songwriter Grace Hayes.
Will the Strip be the site of the next ticker-tape parade?
The Department of Energy wants to store high-level nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain for 100,000 years.
The next few weeks might give an indication of the likelihood of that happening.
If your car insurance rates went up last year, you’re not alone.
Rates are on the rise.
Nationally, they’re up about 20 percent, but Las Vegas rates have increased even more.
It's a different kind of March Madness.
The Nevada Independent reports the incumbent, who previously announced his retirement, may be reconsidering.
"Latinos Who Lunch" podcast hosts Emmanuel Ortega and Justin Favela discuss two movies that won big at last Sunday's Oscar ceremony: "The Shape of Water" and "Get Out."