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The conclusion of the Native Nevada podcast series focuses on missing and murdered tribal women
It has been four years since a lone gunman rained more than 1,000 bullets down on a Strip music festival crowd below, killing 60 before taking his own life.
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Researchers at UNLV say they’ve strengthened the link between Type II diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease, which saps brain function and has no cure.
The casino industry gathers in Las Vegas this week for the
Nevada is continuing with its annual black bear hunt despite fire burning tens of thousands of acres of the animal’s habitat near Lake Tahoe this
With the availability of COVID-19 booster shots and a falling coronavirus infection rate in Southern Nevada, has a corner been turned in the pandemic?
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has started strong in his campaign for governor, but a spike in Las Vegas homicides could give ammunition to his opponents, according to longtime Nevada political
The Las Vegas Raiders' vaccine mandate is persuading fans to get their first shot – despite some grumbling that it's a personal foul.
Las Vegas becomes a meeting place this week for 41 of the largest regional immigration and refugee rights organizations in the country..
Keith Whitfield, UNLV’s 11th president, has been on the job for a little more than a year, and much of that time has been spent dealing with the pandemic.