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San Manuel gift galvanizes tribal gaming and law programs at University of Nevada Las Vegas
The University of Las Vegas Nevada announced Friday a $9 million gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians that will position the university as the nation's leading source for education and innovation related to tribal gaming operations and law.
San Manuel tribe gives UNLV $9 million for hospitality, gaming law programs
The California-based San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is donating $9 million to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, positioning the university as the leading source for education in tribal gaming operations and law.
According to an NPR PBS Newshour Marist poll, 66-percent of Americans believe the coronavirus is a real threat. But according to some local health officials, you should be more concerned about catching the flu. Every day health officials are teaming up with businesses and government agencies to prepare for the risk or spread of disease. We'll discuss how prepared the valley is for an outbreak.
Bernie Sanders fights for the voices of the Latinos in Nevada
A stone's throw from the Las Vegas Strip, Nellie Rodriguez waits patiently for her to vote in front of the Culinary Union's 226 union. Like thousands of others before her, all are participating in record numbers in the first primaries of the Democrats in the western United States.
Elizabeth Warren campaign says it doubled fundraising goal ahead of Nevada caucuses
The presidential campaign of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said Saturday it had doubled its fundraising goal going into today's caucuses, boosting the campaign's resources ahead of the South Carolina primary and the flurry of contests on Super Tuesday.