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Can changes to the design of Huntridge Circle Park finally help deter homeless people gathering there?
A national emergency declaration could include funding for the remaining 180 miles of border fencing requested by Homeland Security that Congress didn’t include in Thursday’s spending pac
Ever since a 2006 stabbing death, Huntridge Circle Park in downtown Las Vegas has served as a lightning rod in the discussion of homelessness.
Nevada’s attorney general said he joined a lawsuit against President Donald Trump over his border wall emergency declaration, in part, because it would harm military families in the state.
Experts from around North America converged on UNLV this week to discuss how to tame fast-rising health care costs.
Nevada has legal brothels, racks of free newspapers line the streets of Las Vegas offering 'women direct to your room,' not to mention the topless shows, and strip clubs.
It is a project that seems to have been under consideration for years but now the head of the Regional Transportation Commission says the final public comment period for mass transit along Maryland
The Democrat-controlled Assembly and State Senate moved fast on gun background checks. Can they keep up that pace with other big issues: school funding formulas, minimum wage and controlling the cost of health care drugs?
When the Arts District was established in 1998, it was just a handful of small studios run by local artists.
The world’s top magicians have long appeared — and made things disappear — in Las Vegas.
The sex workers in Nevada's brothel industry have complex lives but they are not ones filled with self-loathing and regret.