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Nov 26, 2018

Your phone. In today’s society, it’s hard to picture life without it. It keeps you connected, it keeps you entertained, and it keeps you busy—but one thing it doesn’t necessarily do? Keep you productive.


Nov 26, 2018

Long before the Grand Canyon formed, a primitive reptile the size of a baby alligator skittered sideways across the wet sand of an impossibly ancient coastal plain.


Nov 26, 2018

A Nevada geology professor says he recently identified fossilized tracks from a reptile along a popular trail in Grand Canyon National Park.


Nov 26, 2018

UNLV won its unofficial bowl game Saturday night. Nevada will still play in a real bowl game, although the Wolf Pack will surely wish it could take back a few plays against the Rebels.


Nov 26, 2018

UNLV Rebels are celebrating an incredible 34-29 victory against the Nevada Wolf Pack in this year's "Battle of the Cannon"


Nov 26, 2018

UNLV defeats UNR 34-29 during the Fremont Cannon rivalry game at Sam Boyd Stadium, Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018.


Nov 26, 2018

As Taiwanese voters head to the polls to elect city mayors and city and village leaders on Saturday, they will also be voting on 10 referendums that could set the tone for key social issues including marriage equality and changing the country's name for the Olympics.


Nov 26, 2018

Taiwan’s pro-independence leader, Tsai Ing-wen, has just over a year to win back public support if she wants to avoid going down in history as the island’s first one-term president.


Nov 21, 2018

Taiwanese voters will determine the outcome of 10 referendums Nov. 24 as well as local elections. This will not be the first time this autonomous island has held referendums, although none succeeded in the past.


Nov 21, 2018

Dr. Deborah Kuhls talks about her experience as a trauma surgeon treating gunshot victims as the feud between the National Rifle Association and the medical community still rages on, with the latest round coming from physicians who released an editorial saying they disagree with the NRA.


Nov 21, 2018

We're surrounded by sounds like cars driving, planes flying, trees blowing in the wind every day.


Nov 20, 2018

The Henderson City Council is expected to proclaim Nov. 20 as Hailey Dawson Day.


Nov 20, 2018

When Maria Gerardi met Hailey Dawson while looking for an engineering project to help with her UNLV graduate school thesis, she knew she had picked the right career.


Nov 20, 2018

The scene opens like a college recruitment film — a sunny day on campus with students quietly chatting and studying on a lawn, along a lake and in a library. But the background music shifts and there are hints in the chatter that there might be trouble. An agitated young man steps from a car, pulls out a gun and trudges through campus, shooting wildly while students scream and run in all directions.


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