Two competing Las Vegas stores are arguing over whether an e-cigarette that delivers nicotine is a tobacco product — or not.
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Environmentalists say Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, whose skirmish with the federal government has gained him icon status with states’ rights and free speech advocates as well as other disgruntled ranchers, doesn’t “own” the public land where hundreds of his cattle roam in the Gold Butte area nor does he have the “right” to let them graze there.
One man was sent to the hospital with serious burns after he set himself and his vehicle on fire Sunday night.
Dr. Dipak Desai has been ordered transferred into federal custody so that a mental evaluation can be done to determine whether he is competent to accept a plea deal in his health care fraud case stemming from the 2007 hepatitis C outbreak.
For years, Rick Mills has championed some animals’ cause in his neighborhood. The problem is that some of his neighbors don’t feel he’s been as accommodating to them.
A national group pushing for a hike in the minimum wage will take its campaign to Las Vegas on Monday with its “Give America a Raise” bus tour.
Discussion of possible tax hikes in Henderson have raised questions about the city’s employee pay structure, which has trended higher than neighboring communities.
Eight years, two bankruptcies and one recession later, plans to break ground on the 2,600-acre Park Highlands master planned community near Aliante Parkway and the Las Vegas Beltway are alive and well.
“Just Do It” has been a familiar Nike slogan for years, but some parents are wondering what it was doing on some of New York’s Common Core standardized English tests.
A recent report concerning national foodborne illnesses indicates that cases of salmonella have dipped 9 percent.