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Coming up on Thursday's program...
Discussing Nevada's strong gaming numbers and other casino industry news
It’s known as “The Great Supply Chain Disruption” and it has rattled businesses and consumers in recent months, including in Southern Nevada.
The Boulevard Mall has catered to an evolving Las Vegas since the shopping center opened in the 1960s.
Next year’s race for governor has gotten off to one of the earliest starts ever, with a half-dozen or more Republicans trying to unseat incumbent Democrat Steve Sisolak.
Nevada political mavens who gaze east to Virginia for clues about next year’s elections in the Silver State might be wasting their time.
Southern Nevadans can expect a drier than normal winter thanks to Pacific Ocean weather patterns, a UNR climate expert predidts.
This year's flu season arrives just as everything is reopening after the pandemic, causing concern among public heath officials.
The move to fire Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara leaves students, parents, teachers, and administrators wondering what comes next.
Walking tours of downtown Las Vegas frequently include historic locations like the Mob Museum, the El Cortez, and Las Vegas Academy. Most visitors take in the architecture or imagine days gone by, but one group looks for the spirits of the dead.
Restaurants and taverns are frequently known as haunts. Some in Southern Nevada take it literally.
Nevada Public Radio debuts Exit Spring Mountain, a 10-episode podcast about Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in Southern Nevada.