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State regulators have selected another bunch of applicants to receive dispensary licenses. And just like the first time in 2014, there's controversy -- just not... [Read More]
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Right in the heart of the Asian-American district, a new development will pop up on Spring Mountain Road. New restaurants and offices will soon go... [Read More]
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Online retail giant Amazon is set to open its sixth fulfillment center in Nevada in just a couple of months. [Read More]
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Clark County Commissioners approved nominees Wednesday for three vacant legislative seats. However, one of the candidates creates another issue the board will have to deal... [Read More]
Cranes are hard at work up and down the Las Vegas Strip and more will be coming soon. [Read More]
Vice President Mike Pence was in Las Vegas Friday, making a stop at Nellis Air Force Base and campaigning for Senator Dean Heller and gubernatorial... [Read More]
New numbers released this week by the Clark County School District show some improvement in students when it comes to math and language arts, but... [Read More]
Clark County received a bit of a windfall this year as it relates to federal funding for counterterrorism efforts. On Tuesday, it was revealed... [Read More]
Dash cam video captured a horrific crash involving three cars that claimed the life of an 8-year-old boy and kept the intersection of Eastern and... [Read More]
Las Vegas continues to be innovative with it comes to marijuana. On Thursday, a local dispensary will be the first in the world to... [Read More]
There was a big celebration held in downtown Las Vegas Thursday to celebrate the world's first marijuana museum. [Read More]
Amid an ongoing balancing act between the federal government and states that operate legal marijuana industries, a new rift appears to be developing. Earlier this... [Read More]
Ever since the inception of the Raiders' stadium, one of the main questions on the mind of people has been, where will fans park? [Read More]
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen joined federal officials in Las Vegas Thursday to talk about school safety. [Read More]
Three dozen new Metro police officers were sworn in for duty on Wednesday. [Read More]
A Clark County judge struck down an attempt to revive the state's law on background checks for private gun sales. [Read More]
Metro Police released mugshots Monday of the nine people arrested at the Rio Hotel-Casino on numerous different chargers. According to police, the group of... [Read More]
Nevada Attorney General and Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Adam Laxalt made an appearance in Henderson Wednesday. He was participating in a radio interview at Emerald Island... [Read More]
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has cut ties with its long-time CEO. [Read More]
Laughlin leaders are going to have to wait a little bit longer for Clark County awards bid to the construction company that will work on... [Read More]
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