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On the heels of last week's school shooting in Florida and four months since the shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that left 58 dead, we take a look back at what we know now about mass shootings and
Jim Cuming is a retired farmer, third generation. His grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Ireland, by way of Canada.
The roots of the Las Vegas Westside — the historically black neighborhood near downtown — predate the city’s 1905 founding.
Carson City is Nevada's capital, but it's also an independent city with about 60,000 residents.
Mesquite was recently named one of the safest cities in Nevada, second only to Boulder City.
Mild winters in Reno and Las Vegas paved the way for an early start to the 2018 allergy season.
Elaine Wynn owns 9 percent of Wynn Resorts. But she never had voting control over those stocks.
Every day, Las Vegas buffets literally prepare tons of food.
At this same time last year, Elko was dealing with some of the worst flooding of the Humboldt River it had seen in years.
The Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act -- or SNPLMA -- has been a source of funding for many projects throughout Clark County.
It’s 2 a.m. in Tuba City and a police officer rings Vallis Martinez’s doorbell. Martinez isn’t alarmed. It happens all the time.
The Philadelphia Eagles are the new champions of the National Football League following their exciting win over the favored New England Patriots in Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Las Vegas has one of the highest homeless populations in the country.
For years, there’s been talk in Clark County of developing Maryland Parkway.
A group of Democratic Party insiders turned the left’s opposition to President Trump into the successful Pod Save America podcast.
On a map, the City of Las Vegas looks like a puzzle that's missing a few pieces.
Those missing pieces are called "islands" because they're bits of county land surrounded by the city.
The Nevada Preservation Foundation plans a series of Black History Month walking tours and lectures to recognize the African-American experience in Las Vegas.
Today’s technology will bring Las Vegas yesterdays back to life at the Neon Museum.
“The Vegas Golden Knights are only halfway through their inaugural season, and they’ve already redefined what anyone thought was possible for an NHL expansion franchise.”
Newspapers around the nation have been in trouble for many years. As readership of print editions has declined – and along with it the advertising dollar – many newspapers have instituted paywalls for their online editions.
Today’s young attorneys face unique challenges in launching their legal careers, something the Federal Bar Association plans to address at a Las Vegas conference
A new audit by the Legislative Counsel Bureau concludes that oversight of community-based living arrangement homes for people with mental illnesses has not happened.
When he was hired last year, Thom Reilly was envisioned as something of a welcome relief to Nevada’s relatively small university system.
What happens when an inmate on death row wants to be executed, but the state doesn't know how to do it?
Coyotes are so prevalent in Nevada that the state can’t even estimate how many there are and because they aren't protected or managed the state doesn't count them.