Thunderstorms hit Las Vegas Valley

Relief from the summer heat came in the form of thunderstorms Monday. Rain and thunderstorms hit several places in the southern part of the state and Henderson have reported rainfall and thunder. Rain is expected to roll through the valley more »

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RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA LEGAL IN NEVADA

People can now purchase recreational marijuana legally in the state of Nevada. In November, approximately 55 percent of voters in Nevada voted to legalize marijuana. During the recently concluded legislative session, state legislators passed rules regarding the sale, possession and more »

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UNLV LOGO GETS A FRESH START

On Wednesday, UNLV unveiled its new logo. UNLV President Len Jessup addressed gathered dignitaries, students and press to celebrate UNLV’s new look.  He said the refresh process required significant planning, collaboration of time. “More than a year ago we decided more »

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BOARD OF REGENTS APPOINT NEW CHANCELLOR

The Nevada Board of Regents (NSHE) has appointed Dr. Thom Reilly as the new chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education In a press conference Reilly stated, “I’m very honored, very humbled. Thank you for trusting in me. I more »

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The Summer Heat Has Claimed 12 Lives in June 2017

There have been twelve deaths in the valley this month related to the heat.  According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the coroner’s office has not provided any details on the victims.  The Review-Journal also discovered that these deaths were all more »

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