U.S. Census Bureau survey data shows as of 2017 only 26 percent of the state’s nearly 3 million residents were born here, the smallest fraction of any state in the country.
Before the Raiders take the field for games in their new stadium, workers will move a 9,500-ton, 240-foot-wide natural grass field into place on the stadium floor.
There’s no doubt in Don Webb’s mind where the most popular photo op will be in the new Las Vegas stadium.
For the first time in Nevada history, more women than men are at the helm of the state’s highest court.
Life in Las Vegas agrees with rock star climber Alex Honnold, who became the first person to free solo Yosemite’s El Capitan in 2017. “The beauty of Vegas is that I can take showers and cook home meals and be close to my climbing — it’s the best of both worlds.”