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Looking for the perfect book to throw in your beach bag? We've got you covered. Our experts weigh in on the best reads for the summer.
Questions from a judge over Metro’s vice unit; the unions attacking a longtime union supporter in last week’s Clark County Commission race; and Elvis Presley’s drummer.
Summer is here, the days are long and hot.
To pass the time maybe you’ll go to a beach the mountains or Lake Mead. Or sit in your air-conditioned home ... and read a book.
The community on the border with California, about 50 miles outside Las Vegas, has had recurring electricity loss over the past week.
If you’ve been here for more than a decade, you know downtown Las Vegas has changed … a lot.
Friday is Richard Bryan Day at the City of Las Vegas.
The kids are out of school. Friends are visiting from out of town. You’re itching to get outdoors for your summer vacation. There’s just one problem: it’ll be 100 degrees by 10 a.m.
The Latinos Who Lunch come to us today from Los Angeles and Portland, Maine.
After the Great Recession devastated the casino industry, there's been a push in Nevada to diversify the economy.
The short answer: a lot. A longer answer? Possibly more than what was expected.
Some Lyon County residents want to ban brothels, saying it's bad for the county's image and problematic for its residents.