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The holiday party season is upon us. Experts from party planning to bartending join us to help you throw and enjoy the perfect party.
An influx of technology businesses like Tesla, Amazon, Google and Panasonic has changed the face of the Reno area.
After he murdered 58 people on the Las Vegas Strip and injured hundreds more, Stephen Paddock shot himself.
The trial is scheduled to begin this morning in U.S. District Court for Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan, and militia organizer Ryan Payne.
Makayla Whitmore and Fred Bell spend time in the desert. Whitmore takes photographs. Bell records sounds.
The Moulin Rouge was once the glittering center of the Historic Westside in Las Vegas.
Jazz music might be a staple in places like New Orleans and Monterey, but it’s taken root in Las Vegas as well.
Uli Geissendoerfer has played a big role in that.
University President Renee Coffman thinks her school can stand apart from the others in the area.
A 1930s play that parodies a bombastic outsider who wins the presidency and goes on to become an American dictator is being revived next week in
Nevada doesn’t have a sanctuary city.
Is there a point where the college will have too many students? President Bart Patterson doesn't think so.