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Most Hawaiians that live in Las Vegas say they are not protesting but rather are defending their "sacred land." [Read More]
Metro police officers teamed up with UMC hospital security staff to secure the building, track down the shooter, and treat the wounded along the way. [Read More]
The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley. [Read More]
July 21 is National Ice Cream Day and there are some pretty sweet deals for the special day in the Las Vegas valley and beyond. [Read More]
National Tequila Day is happening July 24 and there's plenty of tequila in the Las Vegas valley. [Read More]
The College of Southern Nevada is pleased to announce that its new student union on the North Las Vegas Campus will be named in honor... [Read More]
The number of women using cannabis in the year before they get pregnant and early in their pregnancies is increasing, and their frequency of use... [Read More]
The Downtown Container Park is hosting a beach day event for kids to have fun and cool off. [Read More]
Tips on how to get your child back on a routine before the new school year... [Read More]
The 21st annual dance in the desert festival will showcase some of the finest choreographers in the valley. [Read More]
Many Hawaiians living here in Las Vegas are keeping close tabs on a situation unfolding in Hawaii. [Read More]
One person is recovering at the hospital in critical condition after a crash involving a three-wheeled scooter at Red Rock Canyon. [Read More]
The United States Postal Service is investigating multiple reports of mail theft in the Mountain's Edge community. Residents tell 13 Action News the tampering has... [Read More]
Raiders fans are giving back to southern Nevada homeless teens. [Read More]
Dining with a view, OpenTable has ranked the 100 most scenic restaurants in America for 2019. [Read More]
Real estate executive Scott Gragson has been indicted for the fatal crash that killed Melissa Newton. [Read More]
There is an infamous list of people commonly called "Nevada's Black Book" and the Nevada Gaming Control Board says they are no longer welcomed in... [Read More]
More than 3,000 people turned out for a veteran's funeral in Niles, Michigan, after a social media post went viral. [Read More]
The University of Nevada, Reno wants to sue the architects that designed their stadium. [Read More]
The Las Vegas Stadium is 51% complete according to Applied Analysis. [Read More]
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