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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?
Every day, two teenagers are treated for suicide attempts in Utah.
Wednesday, Judge Gloria Navarro reconvened the trial of Cliven, Ammon and Ryan Bundy and their co-defendant Ryan Payne.
After graduating from West Point, Caleb Cage was a fresh 24-year-old deployed to Iraq.
Nevada stands to benefit more than other states from the revamped federal tax code, according to a Las Vegas wealth manager.
It’s been a year of upheaval for members of a polygamous church who occupy the small towns of Hildale, Utah and its neighbor, Colorado City, Ariz.
After being declared nearly extinct in Nevada in 1979, black bears have staged a comeback in the state, with a population today numbering in the hundreds.
There’s this group called Mazon. It bills itself as the Jewish Response to Hunger.
The prosecution in the Bundy Case continues to run into stumbling blocks, over the issue of discovery – evidence they’re not showing to the defense.
Marijuana has been legal in Nevada for six months, but there’s a catch – people can only smoke it at home.