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After a University of Nevada-Reno student’s photo spread across the internet, it painted him as the symbol of hate in America. And, by association, painted Nevada in a like manner.
The retrial of four defendants accused of acting as militia-backed gunmen for Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy during a tense 2014 standoff with federal law enforcement goes to the jury this week.
Domestic violence has been a problem that has long plagued Nevada.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke touched down in the Silver State this week, for a much-anticipated visit of two national monuments.
Senator Dean Heller is taking his lumps.
Dean Heller has been on the hot seat for months as the debate over a new health insurance bill rages through Congress.
When Nevada’s new prisons chief took over, he made it clear he was going to change the system.
Las Vegas Councilman Stavros Anthony is planning a run for a Nevada Congressional seat.
Nevada Public Radio talks with Michael Wallis, author of "The Best Land Under Heaven: The Donner Party in the Age of Manifest Destiny."
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke came to Nevada yesterday.
This week, Lake Tahoe provides an idyllic backdrop for a meeting of the Republican Attorneys General Association this association seems to exist to increase the ranks of GOP candidates in the states’ AG’s offices across the country.
Some Republicans have suggested Heller, who is up for re-election, could face a primary challenger.
It wasn’t a good night for incumbents. Or negative campaigning.
But did Tuesday’s election have more to do with low turnout than anything else?
Steve Herman started his journalism career in Las Vegas. Now, he's White House bureau chief for Voice of America.
Solar power appeared to win big this legislative session—but how much did they really lose after the 2015 session?
In some ways, it still seems like it was just yesterday.
The Great Recession devastated Nevada.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers were up late Wednesday night negotiating on a compromise that would allow some form of an Education Savings Account bill to pass.
After serving in Clark County government for many years, Sabra Smith Newby decided it was time for a change.
A likely Republican candidate for governor next year, Attorney General Adam Laxalt finally faced questions about a conversation he had with A.G. Burnett.
Nevada Public Radio contributor returned to his alma mater, Western High School, for a citizen workshop sponsored by Mi F
Misael Perez felt stifled by the walls of his own apartment on a recent Friday afternoon.
Efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act could signal big changes for Nevadans and their health coverage.
The state’s attorney general, Adam Laxalt, who is also likely to run for governor in 2018, is under fire for something he did a year ago.
Congresswoman Jacky Rosen (D)-NV., was new to politics when she ran successfully for Congress last year in the 3rd Congressional District. She arrived in Washington D.C.