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A language spoken in Nevada for generations is disappearing. But there is renewed effort to save the Western Shoshone language.
Long before states existed, the Western Shoshone people in habited the Great Basin.
Eighteen tribes lived in areas now known as Utah, Idaho, Northern Nevada and Southern California.
A couple of CPAs have gotten themselves in trouble with a short-sale scheme that seemingly allowed one of them to get rid of his mortgage.
And Lynn Comella, UNLV professor of gender and sexuality studies, says the growth in the sex toy market mirrors the rise of feminism and women getting into the market in the United States.
More than 100 businesspeople and government officials from around Nevada are making the rounds in Washington, D.C., this week to lobby on behalf of the Interstate 11 project and against the propose
Last week, Nevada came close to becoming the first state in the nation to have licensed, regulated lounges where people can openly consume marijuana.
Nevada Assemblyman Paul Anderson is leaving the Legislature.
Every year, the UNLV School of Music presents public performances of all kinds – most prominently theater, classical music, and jazz. Every so often, there’s recording to enjoy at home, too.
Saul Williams is talented in so many areas, including music, acting, and poetry.
The confrontation between NFL football player Michael Bennett and officers of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shined a light on Metro a few weeks ago, but not in a good way.
Criticism of the scoring has led to one of the fight's judges being moved away from bigger fights.