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Jun 15, 2018

Las Vegas has something for every type of vacationer: fine dining, over-the-top nightclubs, relaxing spas, and … the most fascinatingly weird, offbeat museums you’ll find in the region. While many of the city’s cultural institutions remain undiscovered by visitors, nearly every Vegas local has a personal favorite, and they’re more than willing to share their city’s best-kept secret. Find the nine best museums in Las Vegas below.


Jun 15, 2018

UNLV Football has been under construction for fifty years, but now they are building and believing they're expected to win.


Jun 15, 2018

Tens of thousands more voters were registered as neither Democrat or Republican this midterm election compared with 2014, with most of that growth coming from Libertarians.


Jun 14, 2018

Make a little room in the saddle, Eddie Arcaro. You’ve got company in sports history.


Jun 14, 2018

Political analysts Michael Green from UNLV and Sondra Cosgrove from College of Southern Nevada stopped by News 3 to talk about today's Primary Election.


Jun 14, 2018

8-year-old Hailey Dawson threw out the first pitch using her 3D-printed hand in the Cardinals’ 7:15 p.m. matchup against the San Diego Padres on Wednesday.


Jun 14, 2018

She has a dream of throwing the first pitch at every major league ballpark. Now, she’s one step closer to achieving it.


Jun 14, 2018

The historic meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un could lead to investment opportunities in the rogue nation in the years to come.


Jun 14, 2018

Legal gambling put this city on the international map, helping it become larger-than-life – with a mix of kitsch – and a prime example of American excess.


Jun 13, 2018

Hailey Dawson, an 8-year-old who was born missing three fingers due to a rare disease, threw out the first pitch at Tuesday’s White Sox game against the Cleveland Indians.


Jun 13, 2018

The only surprise in Tuesday’s primary elections for Nevada’s U.S. Senate seat might have been that the race wasn't called even sooner.


Jun 13, 2018

Immigration advocates and former immigration judges denounced Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ ruling this week restricting asylum for people fleeing domestic or gang violence, saying the decision could cost lives and endanger tens of thousands of people.


Jun 13, 2018

Six million visitors travel to Arizona every year to see the Grand Canyon. The majority will explore it from the scenic overlooks along the South Rim. A much smaller group of intrepid hikers will make the journey to the canyon floor near Supai, the most remote Native American reservation in the continental United States.


Jun 12, 2018

Think of TEDxUNLV as a festival — a Burning Man, perhaps — of ideas.


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