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Cliven Bundy has a plan

 Celebrity scofflaw Cliven Bundy has a plan, a grand plan, to open up federal lands in northeast Clark County to all manner of commercial...
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Climate change will make Nevada more expensive, less livable

Climate change is already costing us money. It's going to cost us a lot more. Low-income people are the ones who will be hit...
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Bobby Kennedy Jr., Tick Segerblom ride to rescue the Colorado River

The lawmaker who led the effort to legalize weed in Nevada has a new challenge that may prove more daunting - saving the Colorado...
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‘Yes on 6’ calls on 2019 Legislature to raise renewable standard

‘Yes on 6’ wants to avoid becoming ‘Yes on 3.’Nevadans voted “yes” last week on Question 6 -- a ballot initiative that would require...

Commissioner-elect claims no conflict on Red Rock

The headline on the Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial reads “New commissioner should recuse himself on Blue Diamond Hill development”.  The editorial goes on to...
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Sisolak: Delay Red Rock decision until new commissioners seated

Opponents of a proposed housing development near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area received a strong statement of support this week from Clark County...
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Indigenous runners fight to protect water, culture

This story spans 29 years, 300 miles, and the growth of a thirsty city in a desert.The Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), on a...

Congress poised to cut money for parks

Saturday is National Public Lands Day and admission is free to any of the nation's parks. If you've been meaning to enjoy the great outdoors,...

Environmental groups praise NV Energy but are mixed on Question 3

Clean energy advocates turned out en masse to a meeting of the Public Utilities Commission on Wednesday to heap praise upon NV Energy for...

Pipeline opponents to SNWA: See you in court

Less than a week after the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) board voted unanimously to appeal a recent ruling by the state engineer that...


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