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Getting out the vote in Indian Country

One presidential candidate showed up and others participated via video, but the concentration of a two-day Native American forum on presidential politics at UNLV...

Nevada children on path to better health, but state needs to...

New data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that kids in Nevada are on a path to better health....

City’s rush job on ordinance surprises councilman, homeless advocates

Las Vegas City Council's vote on an ordinance criticized for criminalizing homelessness happened in less than 90 seconds -- so quickly that one council...

House approves Lee resolution to torpedo DeVos student loan rule

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House passed a resolution Thursday that would overturn a Trump administration rule that critics say guts protections for defrauded student...

Henderson to consider embracing developers’ worst nightmare

“Anything except inclusionary zoning. Do not bring that up.” That was the immediate response one developer had for a Henderson City Council member after hearing...

Weed whistleblower turns to FBI

Nevada's federally-prohibited marijuana industry and the agency that regulates it, the Nevada Department of Taxation, have caught the generally unwelcome attention of the FBI,...

As seen on TV: Nevada’s newest billionaire sweetheart

It slices. It dices.  It can even julienne whatever pride remains of being an early state in the presidential primaries. Billionaire presidential candidate Tom Steyer’s tie...

Biden, Nevada, and immigration: It’s complicated.

Joe Biden’s campaign frames the former vice president as the Democrat with the best shot at beating Donald Trump. His “Todos Con Biden Weekend of...

Buttigieg talks policies, dismisses polls, during Nevada campaign stop

Pete Buttigieg wants to reach out to progressives, moderates and “future former Republicans.” At a rally at Silverado High School on Saturday, the presidential hopeful’s...

Local data confirms homelessness is criminalized

More than 150 people were thrown in jail last year for possessing a shopping cart. The City of Las Vegas can't confirm how many were...

Did stadium proponents fumble job projections?

18,700 construction jobs. That was the selling point supporters of a professional football stadium touted in 2016 when they sought $750 million in public...

ICE facility captain’s neo-Nazi links reflect systemic racism, immigration lawyers say

Vice News reported this week that a local captain at a U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement facility in Pahrump wrote numerous posts on a...
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