Early admissions offers evenly divided between men and women, while state lags in physician gender diversity.
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The Nevada Department of Transportation will officially endorse “zipper merging” next month when U.S. Highway 95 will be narrowed to two lanes in each direction between Rancho Drive and the Spaghetti Bowl interchange.
Opening a restaurant in Las Vegas is a costly venture, so some entrepreneurs start small with carts and kiosks in corners of parking lots.
Fox Hill Park will not be a traditional park. There will be zip lines, a 30-foot climbing tower, a play area for babies, slides and a run-and-jump area.
The first trial in the case against Cliven Bundy and his supporters coincides with a new political regime. The timing has presented a paradox: Prosecutors characterize the 70-year-old rancher as an anti-government extremist while policymakers prepare to act on some of his ideas.
Signs twirled and spun Saturday as 100 contestants from around the globe competed in the 10th annual World Sign Spinning Championships at the Fremont Street Experience.
Carson, a black Labrador retriever plows into a snowbank, sinks his teeth into a red and blue blanket, and yanks a skier into the blinding sunlight at the Lee Canyon ski resort. For the 11-month old pup, it might just seem like some playful fun. But for avalanche dog handlers Michelle and Greg French, it’s serious training that could one day save a life.
A police vehicle was rear-ended by a suspected drunken driver in the east valley Saturday night, according to Las Vegas police.
Several roads in Mojave National Preserve will be closed intermittently in March to accommodate work on railroad crossings in the California park about 90 miles southwest of Las Vegas.
A two-alarm apartment fire Saturday afternoon displaced residents in eight units near downtown Las Vegas.
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