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Entire populations have been wiped out, forever entombed under layers of ash, lava and rock. But as volcanoes destroy, they also create. More than 80 percent of the planet is ...

The dormant and extinct volcanoes of Nevada

October 12th, 2018

Entire populations have been wiped out, forever entombed under layers of ash, lava and rock. But as volcanoes destroy, they also create. More than 80 percent of the planet is ...

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    When most adults reminisce about their school lunches, it’s usually memories of smashed PB&J sandwiches from a brown paper bag or school meals filled with ...

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    Lawmakers are asking Nevada voters to boost the renewable energy consumption requirement to 50 percent by 2030 ...

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    Local sports books could save money by passing on purchasing NBA League Pass this year, and instead only showing nationally televised games. The teams that ...

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    This Las Vegas entertainment legend has a simple philosophy in going about his craft: “When I went into karaoke, I wanted to share the stage ...

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    City National Arena is packed to capacity for a Golden Knights practice, all eyes on the ice, when a dog walks in wearing a Golden ...

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    As technology improves, hackers have become smarter and their techniques more advanced. The personal information of innocent and unknowing victims, many of whom live in ...

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    The Vegas Golden Knights lost their regular season opener Thursday night, just as the Pittsburgh Penguins did in 2015, the Boston Bruins did in 2010 ...

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    Meet Nevada PEP, a family-driven nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of children with special needs.

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    “Selfishly, I’m really pumped,” says Paul Stastny, the Golden Knights' newest player. “[Even] more off the ice than on the ice. In the locker room ...

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    The Golden Knights’ magical inaugural season was one for the ages, but the players aren’t satisfied. They fell three wins short of hoisting the Stanley ...

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    Millions have been spent in Nevada on each side of the Energy Choice Initiative, a measure that passed overwhelmingly in 2016 and could be amended ...

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    In the preseason, when many NHL arenas are half full, the Golden Knights played in front of 17,958 fans on Sunday. Yes, it’s safe to ...

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    Nevada placed last in the nonprofit organization Mental Health America’s 2017 annual rankings, indicating a high prevalence of mental illness and difficulties accessing care. In ...

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    A wave of activism spread across the U.S. after multiple mass shootings this past year, but Congress has made few changes to gun laws despite ...

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    You’ve done it every moment of your life. You do it when you’re awake and when you’re asleep. You do it without thinking or planning. ...

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    Be the change you want to see in the world. Really, try it.

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    Thousands of documents, video and audio released by authorities did not answer the most significant question: Why did a 64-year-old high-stakes gambler from Mesquite smuggle ...

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    The scene surrounding the UFC lightweights’ lone media appearance leading up to UFC 229 fight week looked almost as chaotic as the last time they ...

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    It’ll take a bigger blue wave than in past decades to flip the balance of power in elected bodies at the state and federal levels, ...

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    This Las Vegas entertainment legend has a simple philosophy in going about his craft: “When I went into karaoke, I wanted to share the stage ...

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    Entire populations have been wiped out, forever entombed under layers of ash, lava and rock. But as volcanoes destroy, they also create. More than 80 ...

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    Any time he wasn’t touring or recording with metal outfit Korn, Jonathan Davis has always been working on his own music. In fact, one of ...

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    Chef Nikki Hughes’ small plates are top shelf, and the beer list is a living legend.

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    They gave us a team to cheer for, a reason to fill our closets with black and gold and something to believe in when we ...

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    The Chef’s Table EPICurean Experience series at Mandalay Bay will offer a variety of fun dining moments all weekend long.

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    To be a high-profile queen in Vegas, it takes everything you’ve got: celebrity-blessed impersonations, DIY diva know-how and a fearless sense of individuality.

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    The band is different, it’s mature and its new album is good.

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    The 45-year-old desert-rock icon plays Count’s Vamp’d on October 11.

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    When most adults reminisce about their school lunches, it’s usually memories of smashed PB&J sandwiches from a brown paper bag or school meals filled with ...

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    The Vancouver-based dance pair takes over Wynn’s Intrigue Nightclub on October 12 and 19.

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    MedMen opened its second Las Vegas marijuana dispensary October 6.

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    These burgers pack plenty of savory umami and meaty mouth-feel without trying to imitate any one flavor.

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    With the goal of connecting children with their incarcerated parents, the charity organization God Behind Bars is hosting a Halloween event October 13.

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    After surviving testicular cancer, Frank DeBlasi founded the nonprofit, Ballsfest to provide children, young adults and families affected by cancer with uplifting experiences.