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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?
On May 14, it will be one year since Tashii Brown died in police custody on the Las Vegas Strip.
A new lawsuit claims the Trump Administration is illegally favoring the oil and gas industry while endangering sage grouse habitat.
The "Latinos Who Lunch," Emmanuel Ortega and Justin Favela lead a panel on Sunday at RuPaul's DragCon in Los Angeles
Like bettors clutching tickets as racehorses thunder into the stretch, the gaming industry anxiously awaits a Supreme Court ruling that could allow sports wagering to expand nationwide.
East Las Vegas wants to be its own city.
Or at least some of its residents do.
They say they want better representation, more funding and lower taxes.
One candidate's decision to change party affiliation has raised eyebrows.
Reno marks its sesquicentennial today with thousands expected for the “Biggest Little City in the World’s”
The Vegas Golden Knights are now into the semi-finals of the NHL tournament.
Late last week, Clark County did something it hadn’t done-- ever. It removed a public art display from the county government center in downtown Las Vegas.
For more than a decade, Atlantic Richfield Company has been delivering bottled water to roughly 100 homes in a remote Native American reservation in western Nevada.