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Early voting in next year's primary elections starts in 241 days and candidates are starting to their moves. They’re shaking hands, raising money, and staking out positions.
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State of Nevada commentator John L. Smith says the Arizona election audit affirming President Joe Biden’s election win there should settle things. But it won’t.
Federal officials project more bad news for the drought-stressed Colorado River, which provides water to Las Vegas and much of the Southwest.
Fentanyl test strips and better data may be a few of the many solutions to the opioid epidemic and the Mountain West's spike in overdose deaths.
Summer is ending, the fall cooldown is coming, and with it the best time to add new plants and trees.
In the early 1960s, the Windsor Park neighborhood came to life in North Las Vegas.
As the pandemic waned this spring it was off with the masks and on with the show in Las Vegas.
A growing number of hospitals in the Mountain West are facing an unprecedented surge of COVID-19 patients. Almost all of them are unvaccinated.