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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - University Of Nevada, Las Vegas
Las Vegas and Phoenix are linked by a road that narrows to two lanes, hits stoplights in a Depression-era town and until recently backed up traffic over the Hoover Dam.
Two college students from Las Vegas have been selected as White House interns.
Assemblywoman Lucy Flores announced her candidacy Saturday in the high-stakes race for Nevada lieutenant governor, pledging to be a voice for the middle class.
A Japanese slot machine maker has donated $2.5 million to the hotel administration school at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Funding has been approved for architectural and engineering work on the new hotel college building at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Neal Smatresk will see his salary jump when he leaves his job as president of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for the University of North Texas.
The man leading a stadium-building effort at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has been named the school's acting president.
Under Armour Inc. CEO Kevin Plank recalls sleeping in the visiting locker room at Notre Dame Stadium back in 1997, invited to the game by Georgia Tech staff and forced to bunker down because he didn't have a hotel room.
A suspended UNLV basketball player will remain free without bail pending a Nov. 12 preliminary hearing on charges that that he stole expensive Nike sneakers, $500 cash and almost $900 worth of video games from a friend's apartment.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Congress ought to step into the arena of college sports and investigate whether the NCAA has too much power over athletes.