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When Tonopah’s hospital closed in 2015, it didn’t just leave the town without an emergency room – it left the region without one, too.
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Las Vegas police have had their hands full.
Much of the Santa Cruz River is a dry, desert wash, only flowing after heavy monsoon rains.
The historic Huntridge Theater in downtown Las Vegas is in the process of being sold.
The City of Las Vegas says it is doing the right thing by fining and potentially jailing homeless campers who refuse to stay in a shelter.
Red Rock Resorts announced last week it was immediately closing its newest nightclub.
Kaos had been open less than a year and was part of a $690 million renovation of the Palms Casino.
During the Vietnam War, Major Don Harten, a Las Vegas resident, did just about everything right despite everything going wrong.