House backs Syria plan; Heck, Titus vote no

Rep. Steven Horsford voted Wednesday to give President Barack Obama the authority to arm and train rebels in Syria to fight violent Islamic forces, but three other members of Nevada’s delegation to the House said the plan looked like a bad bet and voted against it.

Tesla shows how to bargain in Nevada

When Richard Florida penned a scathing commentary this week in the Los Angeles Times about Nevada’s remarkable deal with Tesla Motors he showed that he just doesn’t appreciate the way business is done in the Silver State.

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Vegas delays action on downtown development

Las Vegas put off big plans for the undeveloped space north of Las Vegas’ Mob Museum Wednesday, pushing back construction deadlines for a planned 425,000-square-foot development near the Downtown Grand.

Teen indicted in bonfire explosion

A grand jury indicted a 19-year-old man on charges he caused an explosion that severely burned a girl and six of her Basic High School classmates at a bonfire in the desert south of Henderson, Clark County prosecutors said Wednesday. Michael Brandon Boyd, Jr. faces 15 charges including mayhem, third-degree arson and acting in reckless regard.