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Theatre at UNLV has been undergoing some changes, and Norma Saldivar is at the center of them.
When you donate your body to science, you probably expect it to be used for research.
And it is, for the most part.
The Valley Electric Association is giving hundreds of dollars back to its customers and even to its former customers with the profits from a sale of one of its transmission lines.
On July 1, Nevada residents flocked to their local marijuana dispensaries tobe among the first recreational marijuana customers.
Jeff Scheid's photographs of the Fallini Ranch are on display at the Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas.