SEARCHLIGHT – The café inside the Searchlight Nugget Casino bustled with Saturday morning breakfast trade. The menu has changed a little over the years, but coffee is still a dime here. Truckers and tourists mixed with a large contingent of local...
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It’s early in the Michael Roberson era at the Legislature, and his political acumen is still being measured, but it’s already clear the Republican state senator knows how to start a donnybrook.
It’s Tuesday, and everyone is entitled to my opinion:
In a quiet moment Lysa Buonanno says she once envisioned living a long life.
Attitudes toward marijuana use have changed dramatically over the years throughout America.
Only the foolish attempt to reduce street prostitution to a business transaction, a question of sex and money.
Kenneth Cherry Sr. set aside his grief long enough to hold a Saturday news conference after the shooting death of his son, Kenny Cherry Jr., two days earlier on Las Vegas Boulevard.
The bullet Kenny Cherry Jr. courted left the barrel years ago.
Talk about tone deaf.
Forgive state Sen. Tick Segerblom. He means well.
If the desert dust-up between billionaire gambling men Steve Wynn and Kazuo Okada were one of those old black-and-white Westerns, this would be the time to clear the street and put the women and children in the cellar.
As she sat on the family sofa next to her proud mother and squirmy little sister, Jacky Martinez started by saying she was grateful for her life.
You don’t have to drive far through Assembly District 17 to get a sense of the place Steven Brooks is supposed to be representing at the Legislature.
For fans and ballplayers, February is the most anxious month.
The expression “nice work if you can get it” doesn’t really apply in the case of Benjamin Kim, the former cop who was last seen this week exiting U.S. District Court after cutting a sweet deal in connection with an ongoing criminal investigation involving corruption inside local homeowners associations.
Small town, Henderson.
The powerful left arm that once rocketed footballs 60 yards downfield now has trouble with the smallest tasks. The legs that carried him into sold-out stadiums betrayed him long ago.
You've heard about the hopeful tree that grew in Brooklyn.
The usual howls of protest on the immigration issue were hard to hear Tuesday, and it wasn't the January breeze that obscured them.
These days, the biggest lock of Anthony Boscarino's life figures to be the one on the penitentiary cell door.
At last we have a good reason to stay awake during the first month of the Nevada Legislature.
While some Metro officials have discussed the double-murder and suicide of Lt. Hans Walters in measured and somber language, Randy Sutton sounds more furious than philosophical.
It's too bad, really, that the planned reality television show set inside the Las Vegas Township Constable Office didn't work out as planned.
It was a good morning for a confession.
The National Football League again has fumbled on the question of whether a proposed 60,000-seat Las Vegas stadium might one day land an exhibition game or the Pro Bowl.