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Coming up on Tuesday's program...
The NFL owners have spoken and the Raiders can move to Las Vegas. So, what's next for the team and the stadium? We'll take a look.
Las Vegas high school student Sona Dixit is the first place winner in the Las Vegas Brain Bee. Now, she's on her way to the U.S.A. Brain Bee Championship at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
In February, President Trump issued an executive order expanding categories for deporting people who are in the U.S. illegally.
Lots of people thought an NFL stadium in Las Vegas was a done deal after Nevada lawmakers approved $750 million in room taxes for the stadium.
Allergies are hitting hard already this year because it's been rainy and warmer earlier than usual.
That also means Nevada's green thumbs should be getting their gardens ready to go.
Nevadans legalized recreational adult use of marijuana in November. Now, state lawmakers are figuring out how to regulate it.
Southern Nevada’s allergy season, already one of the worst in the country, got an early start this year.
Bomb threats, verbal threats and vandalism have been reported.
The Cochroach Theatre Company is presenting Rebecca Gilman's play, "Spinning Into Butter" from March 9 through March 26.
The College of Southern Nevada is celebrating Women’s History Month by dishing up some extra schoolwork.
Lawmakers in Carson City are determined to pass legislation to help working families pay for child care. There are two bills on the table.
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