Civil rights lawsuit revived against Nevada agency

A federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit alleging that the Nevada Health and Human Services Department has been disenfranchising potential low-income and disabled voters by not providing registration materials to clients at its offices as required by federal law.

Black Sabbath coming to Vegas in February

The metal gods (well, with the help of the fine folks at Live Nation) have smiled upon us, the good people of Las Vegas, with a generous, heartrending gift in the form of a show featuring Black Sabbath on the eve of Valentine's Day.

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Silverstone Golf Club closed; future uncertain

Silverstone Golf Club course employees and homeowners living around the northwest valley course on Thursday confirmed it had been sold to a Southern California buyer and closed as of Tuesday morning.

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Silverstone Golf Club closed; future uncertain

Silverstone Golf Club course employees and homeowners living around the northwest valley course on Thursday confirmed it had been sold to a Southern California buyer and closed as of Tuesday morning.

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LETTERS: Where to cut? English Language Learners, for starters

Defending his education budget ("Public vote on tax package sought," Aug. 11 Review-Journal), Gov. Brian Sandoval calls the referendum filed by a group of anti-tax Republicans "a wrongheaded attack on the children and families of Nevada." Then, listing nine elements of the program, Gov. Sandoval asks, "What will you cut?"

EDITORIAL: Drone industry must address collision risks

The unmanned aerial vehicle industry could create more than 100,000 U.S. jobs, with an economic impact of $82 billion within 10 years, according to a study prepared for the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. Those positions will include everything from computer software development to engineering, manufacturing and piloting.

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18 new restaurants to check out in Las Vegas

If you'd looking for an indication that Las Vegas is coming back from the Great Recession, all you have to do is take a look at the following list of restaurants, all of which have opened in the past few months.

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North Las Vegas founder recognized by street, elementary school

It might seem surprising that the road in North Las Vegas named for Tom Williams, who created that city, is such a short and unheralded thoroughfare. It may be more surprising that an elementary school is also named for the man who championed having as little government as possible in the new city and keeping out black people.