|Apr 4, 2009 | Drug Donation Program|
Nevada lawmakers are debating the creation of a program that would help cancer patients get expensive prescription drugs for less.
|Mar 13, 2009 | Budget Wrangling|
As state lawmakers wrestle with Nevada's multi-billion-dollar budget deficit, there are several plans afoot aimed at softening the next economic bust.
|Mar 2, 2009 | Autism|
The cost of treating children with autism can be $24,000 to $40,000 per child per year according to the Autism Coalition of Nevada. A bill before the Nevada Legislature aims to help families pay for the care.
|Feb 16, 2007 | Chinese New Year|
This weekend marks a celebration of Chinese New Year. KNPR's Rick Andrews reports on how the holiday is being celebrated by the valley's growing Asian community.
|Dec 7, 2006 | Food and Beverage|
The economy of scale for food and beverage operations in Las Vegas means any edge in efficiency is real money. Rick Andrews reports on a software product scoring with food and beverage managers looking at the bottom line...and what you're likely to order.
|Nov 15, 2006 | Global Gaming Expo|
The Global Gaming Expo trade show and conference got underway Tuesday in Las Vegas. Vendors showcase their latest wares including new slot machines.
|Nov 1, 2006 | Stardust Memories|
When it opened in 1958 the Stardust was the world's largest hotel. Now, after more than 48 years, it's closed.
|Sep 27, 2006 | Nevada Northern Railway|
The 'Nevada Northern' is celebrating its centenial anniversary. News 88.9's Rick Andrews went on a tour of the museum with executive director Mark Bassett.
|Jun 30, 2006 | Standing Up for Ringo|
Congresswoman Shelley Berkley tells the story of how she saw the Beatles in Las Vegas in August 1964.
|Jun 29, 2006 | Sports Supplements|
From fortified cereals to energy drinks to serious sports nutrition, people are willing to spend lots money to supplement their diets. Rick Andrews reports on the business of sports supplements.
|May 25, 2006 | Love|
Wednesday Cirque du Soleil provided a glimpse of their much anticipated show based on the music of the Beatles. Flo Rogers reports on Love.
|May 24, 2006 | Telecommunications|
A Senate telecommunications bill currently being considered includes
provisions on most everything, but some worry that controversial measures will derail the entire package.
|May 16, 2006 | Nanotech|
Universities across the country are spending millions to expand nano technology research...manipulating molecules 10,000 times smaller than a human hair. Rick Andrews reports on nano research at UNLV.
|Apr 24, 2006 | Earthscope|
Hualapai Mountain Park, near Kingman, has been chosen by the National Science Foundation to be home to a seismic monitoring station. Gillian Ferris Kohl reports.
|Apr 18, 2006 | Anatomical Donation for Science|
In the second of two reports exploring innovative medical facilities in the Valley, Rick Andrews visits the Medical Education and Research Institute of Nevada in Henderson.
|Apr 12, 2006 | Immigration Reform Stalled|
Immigration legislation in the U.S. Senate is at a standstill. Many in the Republican Party blame Nevada Democrat, Senator Harry Reid for the impasse. Jill Morrison reports from Capitol Hill.
|Apr 1, 2006 | New Plans for Nellis|
The first of April brings news that a large piece of military land in Las Vegas may be redeveloped.
|Mar 28, 2006 | Test Site Worker Compensation|
Senator Harry Reid is trying to get compensation for Test Site workers who were exposed to dangerous levels of radiation, but never compensated.
|Feb 27, 2006 | StoryCorps - Alice Keys|
Alice Keys has been active in the African American community for
decades and known through her association with the Moulin Rouge Casino. Here's her recollection of meeting one of the great African Americans of the last century.
|Feb 21, 2006 | StoryCorps - Alan Morel and Mike Genoshe|
When close friends interview each other, the stories are often more
intimate and revealing than talking to a reporter. A case in point is Alan Morel and Mike Genoshe talking about their hopes for their adopted son.