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Coming up on Friday's program...
With the individual mandate gone from the healthcare system, what will healthcare prices do in Nevada?
Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani wants to be the next governor of Nevada.
A landmark decision by the Supreme Court Monday opens the door for states to legalize sports betting across the country.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law that barred gambling on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states, giving states the go-ahead to legalize betting on sport
When Jared Fisher announced he was running for governor, he decided to get the state’s attention by doing something different.
Rather than revolutionizing the auto business, Tesla seems to be on a path to bankruptcy court, according to a hedge fund manager who is betting against the electric car company.
Mikayla Whitmore has caused quite a stir in hockeydom.
"He shoots, he scores!"
Dan D'Uva said those words 268 times over the last six months as part of the Vegas Golden Knights' unexpectedly successful regular season.
Most sportswriters -- Mitch Moss included -- thought the Golden Knights would struggle this season. How amazed are they by the team's success?
Hockey players for the Vegas Golden Knights have become notorious for something you don’t hear a lot about among professional athletes: humility.
Las Vegas fans have been called one of the greatest, if not the greatest sets of fans in the NHL.