A lot of interesting names showed up as contributors to freshman assemblyman Chris Edwards’ campaign after he was elected and made the decision to vote for John Hambrick for speaker.
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It happened during the holidays. She came home from college and was out with friends. She had a couple drinks, and found herself separated from her group. She later woke up in the parking lot. Police were called.
Mention the subject of gun safety in Nevada, and you’re bound to draw metaphorical fire from every angle.
The bell has rung and the sparring has begun in the Las Vegas mayor’s race with incumbent Carolyn Goodman receiving some snarling assistance from her cornerman.
He wasn’t hawking Fuller Brush products or reviving the role of Willy Loman, but dapper Gov. Brian Sandoval was certainly in salesman mode when he arrived at the Review-Journal’s doorstep.
City Hall’s soccer fans couldn’t help but smirk at the apparent failure late last week of a petition drive designed to halt a government subsidy for a $200 million downtown stadium.
You get into the used book trade for love, not money, but you hope to generate enough income to cover expenses. And in most cases, to support a hard-core reading habit.
He was just 20, not old enough to legally buy a drink at the bar inside the Las Vegas Club, but he could buy a gun at a pawn shop.
I respect my doormat, but I still wipe my feet on it. That’s the impression I was left with Thursday morning after listening to firebrand conservative Republican Assemblywoman Michele Fiore discuss Gov. Brian Sandoval’s legislative agenda.
Go to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles website, and chances are good it’s the first thing you’ll notice: a pop-up ad for the agency’s new Dash Pass system.
Go ahead and say it. Arnie Wexler has heard it before. Through the years, he has been called just about every name you can think of. A traitor to the sporting life. A quitter in the endless game of sports betting. A loser.
In another neighborhood, in a better part of town, this homely piece of real estate wouldn’t be the future site of a public park. It would simply be condemned.
From the news coming out of Washoe County, you’d almost think there’s a glaucoma epidemic erupting at Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village. Not one, but three licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries have been issued to companies with plans to open pot shops at Incline and nearby Crystal Bay.
What had all the appearances of a re-election coronation and cakewalk for Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman this week became more interesting with City Councilman Stavros Anthony’s announcement that he’s pursuing the job.
Gather around, kids. Look away from your smartphones for a moment. I have something important to tell you. It’s about smoking. Specifically, cigarette smoking. You need you to start.
Faced with some of the worst cards life might deal an energetic young woman Amy Purdy continues to play the hand beautifully.
At least we now know why the Democrats didn’t recruit a substantial candidate against Gov. Brian Sandoval in the last election.
His name graces an otherwise forgettable street that stretches nine short blocks in downtown Las Vegas.
If ever there was an opportunity for a little creative sentencing, the case of Lawrence Semenza surely provided it.
Leon Benzer’s capable attorneys made a game effort. But despite recent attempts to have the federal criminal charges against him disrupted, Benzer remains in the crosshairs of the FBI and Department of Justice.
The literary pranksters of Charlie Hebdo were gunned down by the sort of insane fanatics who generated so much of the satire magazine’s material in recent years.
On a Las Vegas City Council buffeted by outgoing personalities, Stavros Anthony is the quiet one.
We have “Home Means Nevada,” but with much of the state’s population in urban Southern Nevada, where the only “silvery rills” are in the fountains of Bellagio and Caesars Palace, maybe an official song for children is what Nevada’s youngsters need to prepare them for the challenges of surviving in the Silver State.
Nelson Sardelli and the gang at F.I.O.R.E were kind enough to invite me to address the group’s monthly luncheon Thursday at the Italian American Club. The buffet was great, but the characters in the crowd were even better.
Councilman Bob Beers continues to attempt to halt the city’s participation in the development of a $200 million downtown soccer stadium.