Las Vegas: Built on a Bad Hand, Redeemed on the River - Nevada has a unique water history, which has shaped the development of Las Vegas and the rest of the state. Conservation and compromise continue to shape the future of Nevada.
A city known for excess, now a leader in water conservation. Here's how.
A glance at the role integration played in the closing of an African-American hospital.
A look at urban renewal through the lens of a small African-American neighborhood.
A state’s severe racial disparities are traced back to restrictive real estate covenants.
A city once known for expelling Chinese residents becomes a Sanctuary city.
After over 150 years, Indian Island is returned to the Wiyot Tribe.
Ohio’s failing infrastructure seeks innovative solutions by examining the past.
A water crisis led to the Lake Erie Bill of Rights and prompted a push for new solutions.
Political surveillance echoes the past and violates a 1978 court decision.
High rates of domestic violence and sexual assault have roots in Alaska's statehood.
People with intellectual disabilities have a history of exclusion that lingers today.
How economic forces transformed Alaska into one of our most diverse states.
The island’s history sparks a debate over using nuclear energy to address climate change.
About Retro Local
Retro Local is a companion initiative to Retro Report on PBS, highlighting local headlines and the historical seeds that were planted years ago in communities across the country. We’ll explore stories from eight PBS member stations on topics ranging from the environment to civil rights, from mental health to immigration, learning more about today by diving into the past.
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