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A new report on climate change has some dire predictions for Nevada, including the chance for more extreme wildfires.
An new art project by Berlin-based conceptual artist Trevor Paglen involves an art object being launched into outer space and remaining there for about eight weeks.
MEXICO CITY — Diabetes is the among the main causes of death in Mexico, and it falls just behind the U.S.
Automation and computers have replaced people in many jobs over the last few decades. Cashiers.
The longtime state lawmaker Tick Segerblom is switching roles in January.
A Pahrump man uses a keyboard not a console to bring video game worlds to life.
On their latest edition of Latinos Who Lunch, Babelito and FavyFav had a lot of fun with Latinx clichés.
Nevada puts people in jail and prison at a higher rates and longer than most other states. Recently completed studies are helping to figure out why.
Laborers Local 872, which was a big supporter of the Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas, continues to face internal problems.
The debate has raged for years about violent video games, and whether playing them can make the player more violent.
Zach Conine was elected Nevada state treasurer in November 2018.