KNPR's State of Nevada
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KNPR's State of Nevada is the essential public affairs broadcast to understand what's happening here. Newsmakers and experts give context to local issues; discussion and profile interviews explore the unique character — and characters — of our region. KNPR's State of Nevada is a daily conversation about this place we call home.
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In modern times, states fund job training, hoping that putting people to work will overcome economic need, which often leads to homelessness.
Over the last four months, Nevada lawmakers have done a lot—and whether that’s good or bad depends on your perspective.
The Vegas Golden Knights are once again in the Stanley Cup Finals.
California, Arizona and Nevada have agreed to a historic deal to curb the amount of water the states will pull from the Colorado River. We take a look at what that deal means for Las Vegas and Lake Mead.
When we say, "Las Vegas nightlife," what leaps to mind? If the first thing you think of is Drai's, Omnia, and Tao on the Strip, then you're missing out on all the locals’ options.
Clark County, which owns the 18-acre parking lot, wanted to speed things up. Commercial Center is zoned for redevelopment.
You’ve probably heard someone call Las Vegas the adult Disneyland. But the Vegas connection to Disneyland is more than its reputation for being a playground for those over 21.
Spring has sprung and summer temperatures are already here. Are you struggling with your garden, or starting one fresh this summer?
If you've been outside recently in Las Vegas, you might have dodged a grasshopper or two, or even 12. The bugs are back in town.
State lawmakers are dealing with some massive bills that could change the very face of Nevada’s economy, its educational system and a lot more.