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Coming up on Tuesday's program...
More and more Californians are calling Nevada home. But, why are people migrating east and what does it mean for the Silver State?
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders represent the fastest growing demographic in Nevada.
Some 36 years after the first person died from AIDS in Nevada, the lifestyle for those infected with HIV, and their futures, has changed dramatically.
Ever since the announcement three years ago that UNLV wanted to build a medical school, it’s been a waiting game.
In the fall of 2015, Tonopah’s hospital closed, leaving thousands of central Nevada’s rural residents with no urgent care for a hundred miles.
Earlier this year, Arizona -- one of seven southwestern states that rely on the Colorado River -- was in the midst of a heated discussion about water.
It has been 30 years since the Mirage Casino-Resort opened its doors becoming the first of a new brand of mega-casino in Las Vegas.
From Thanksgiving to Boxing Day, November and December bring many reasons to entertain. But if you're the party planner (or cook, or both!), how do you keep it fresh and stress-free?
Patrick Johnson closed on 2,500 acres in Pinal County over five years ago. The property, just off Interstate 8, is mostly farm fields right now.
Marianne Williamson may be the most unconventional candidate of the primary season.
For two decades Representative John Shimkus has been one of the strongest congressional supporters of storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain.
But that’s about to change.