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Truckee Meadows Community College is on the front lines of developing employees for the diversified economy of the New Nevada.
When most people think of higher education, a four-year university is probably what comes to mind, but the president of the Truckee Meadows Community College says it is time for people to rethink that idea.
Las Vegas gallery owner Michele Quinn is a tireless advocate for the Southern Nevada arts scene and goes out of her way to promote it.
The head of Henderson Libraries already knew volumes about the four-library system when she was hired this summer.
During the Great Recession, Nevada led the nation in joblessness, now it’s No. 1 in jobs.
Research suggests the health risks of a trip to Mars may make the journey untenable -- for now.
The college's three campuses serve a population just a shade under what UNLV and UNR have combined.
We’ve heard lots of stories of courage and heroism following the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Paloma Solamente is one of those heroes.
The Clark County School District Board of Trustees approved another round of budget cuts recently, trying to shore up a budget deficit estimated to range from $60 to $70 million.
The Republican congressman who represents Northern Nevada says Obamacare is here to stay even though his party has worked for almost a decade to overturn it.
State Senator Patricia Farley is not running for re-election but she is the subject of a recall campaign anyway.