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As bans against gay marriage crumble and public opinion on the issue shifts rapidly, some Republicans are pushing the party to drop its opposition to same-sex unions, part of a broader campaign to get the GOP to appeal to younger voters by de-emphasizing social issues.
More and more owners of electric cars are plugging in for their power. The Las Vegas area now has more than 100 electric charging stations for cars, from casinos to businesses to the Clark County Government Center.
Linda Cooney, 66, enters Clark County District Court on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
A Las Vegas hospital has announced plans to add a psychiatric unit as part of an effort to divert mentally ill patients from Clark County's overcrowded emergency rooms.
Las Vegas police Lt. Dave Valenta tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal that officers responding to reports of gunfire on Harris Avenue about 7:30 p.m. Monday found a man wounded in a parking lot.
Members of the Winchester Star Catchers dance program perform at the 2013 Clark County Children's Festival.
A group of medical professionals joined forces last week at UNLV to discuss health disparities among women, minorities and the elderly in Nevada.
A terrorist attack has never happened on the Las Vegas Strip. Because of that, Clark County's emergency manager says the county has been getting less money to prevent any future attack.
Supporters gathered at 'Camp Bundy' for a rally Friday to celebrate Cliven Bundy's self-proclaimed victory over the Bureau of Land Management's decision April 12, when it stopped impounding his cattle.
Both sides are fighting over history, with federal courts denying Bundy's claims of "ancestral rights" on the Virgin River valley.
It has been widely reported that Cliven Bundy's family claims to have ranched in the Bunkerville area since the 1870s even though a federal judge held a different view of Bundy's history.
Clark County Schools Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky called on the Las Vegas community to support his efforts to improve the nation's fifth-largest school system during his inaugural "State of the District" address today.
With hundreds of thousands of residents living in Clark County and millions of tourists visiting each year, the Southern Nevada Health District works hard to track and treat infectious diseases.
Nevada's medical marijuana law took effect this month, but much more needs to be done before dispensaries pop up in strip malls from Las Vegas to Mesquite.
A man killed in a domestic disturbance in which another person was wounded has been identified by the Clark County coroner.