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North Las Vegas parking scofflaws beware: The city is coming after you.
Automation and computers have replaced people in many jobs over the last few decades. Cashiers.
KQED’s Senior Politics Editor Scott Shafer hosts this in-depth look at life after the Jonestown massacre and the assassination of George Moscone
On their latest edition of Latinos Who Lunch, Babelito and FavyFav had a lot of fun with Latinx clichés.
A Pahrump man uses a keyboard not a console to bring video game worlds to life.
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.
CG Technology recently got into big trouble with the Nevada Gaming Commission, which has the power to take away its gaming license.
These are heady times for the marijuana industry. Consider:
The Discovery Children’s Museum in downtown Las Vegas is under new management after longtime Pennsylvania philanthropy executive Melissa K
Amazon, a major employer at both ends of Nevada, announced it was increasing its minimum wage to $15 an hour starting this month.
Boulder City residents continue to buzz about the potential health risks of asbestos in their community -- not the kind used as insulation in commercial construction, but the sort commonly found in
A Truckee River flood control measure and elections for Reno mayor and Washoe County sheriff make for some of the more interesting races this year in Northern Nevada, according to a longtime politi
Danny G went from fronting a band to getting other people up on stage.
Dennis Hof was found dead Tuesday morning at The Love Ranch in Crystal, Nevada.
Las Vegas and Seoul, South Korea, might be a 13-hour plane flight apart, but for the last dozen years dance has brought them closer together.
A top Yucca Mountain foe warned Las Vegas business leaders Monday that the proposed nuclear waste repository would turn Southern Nevada into a transportation hub for highly radioactive material.
Thousands of Nevada children are in foster care
When Brian Sandoval presides over his final Governor’s Conference on Business on Oct.
An associate dean and 14 professors at UNLV’s Boyd School of Law joined nearly 2,500 of their peers from around the country in an open letter opposing Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Co
One year ago, a city known for its revelry and neon charm was wounded in a way that has become all too familiar in this country – a mass shooting left 58 dead and hundreds more wounded.
Of the three candidates trying for governor in November's election, Ryan Bundy is the only one who didn't face a primary opponent in June.
It happens every year.
Visiting journalists are critical of the debauchery of Las Vegas. You know, the gambling, the smoking indoors, illegal prostitution and all the rest.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman says a pair of under-construction city parking garages mark the start of a new phase of development at Symphony Park.