Boxing fans were surely disappointed to learn of the late-hour cancellation of a March 12 event downtown headlined by former five-time world champion Zab Judah.
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He traded the expansive office at City Hall that overlooked downtown for a cramped afterthought in a Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority annex. But there’s no mistaking this is Oscar Goodman’s place.
Call it a daydream from a fan, but there’s a show I’d like to see on the Boulevard: Jerry Lewis, Marty Allen and Don Rickles in a night of classic comedy.
The popular, battery-powered e-cigarettes deliver a hit of nicotine without all the noxious and carcinogenic fumes associated with tobacco smoking.
I know I speak for many of us when I say, “Thank you, Cleveland.” You deserve a thousand thanks and more for taking one for the team and agreeing to play host to the 2016 Republican National Convention.
There are times it seems Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy has spent as many years on the stump as in the saddle, pouring forth his views on federal lands and the Constitution from the dusty middle of nowhere.
Outrageous. Scandalous. Deeply offensive. And entirely inappropriate for children.
Bolstered by a balky megaphone, Nevada Assembly members Shelly Shelton and John Moore took their public defense of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy to the steps of the federal courthouse Thursday.
While some dream of attracting a marquee coach to UNLV, Bruce Chapman says it would be a shame to pass up the “gold nugget” right in their own front yard in the form of assistant coach Stacey Augmon
For my money, one of the strangest sights ever seen in the admittedly crazy Las Vegas story took place Feb. 2, 2012, when milk-drinking GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney rushed to bask in the political endorsement of blowhard billionaire Donald Trump
The trash-strewn lot at 15th and Fremont streets wasn’t much of a picnic ground, but down here barbecues don’t come along every day.
It’s been a good run, and a long one, but you have to know when to go.
There was a time when every move local Teamsters boss Dick Thomas made had an impact on thousands of Southern Nevada workers. He had clout at many levels.
When Nevada State Veterans Home resident Charles Demos Sr. died in April 2015 with Legionella in his system, an investigation by the Southern Nevada Health District found the deadly bacteria present at the facility and in his room.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has gone national with blanket media coverage. The problem is as plain as the brown muck that’sbeen flowing from kitchen faucets.
Sensitive readers were deeply offended, and that's no mean feat in the current political climate.
Judging from the turnout of Tuesday's Republican presidential caucus in Nevada, the GOP is converting its "big tent" into a revival tent.
Can New York City hedge-fund manager Disque Deane Jr. lead a thirsty West through its increasingly perilous water crisis?
Like a covey of quail flushed from the bushes and into the open, some of the biggest names in national Republican Party politics this week scuttled behind underperforming presidential suitor Marco Rubio as he tried to keep smiling in Nevada.
Fresh from a big victory in the South Carolina primary, America's fascist Fabian Donald Trump arrived in Las Vegas on Monday to fire up his true believers ahead of today's Nevada Republican presidential caucus.
When Nevada State Veterans Home resident Charlie Demos Sr. died April 21, 2015, with deadly legionella bacteria in his system, his family sought answers.
One paints the future in bold colors, the other chisels in the stone of political pragmatism.
It almost makes sense that the recession and Nevada's notorious mortgage crisis would cause chaos with the state's voter registration rolls.
Navona Gallegos and Stephen Canty traveled 700 miles from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to Las Vegas to canvass neighborhoods as volunteers for Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign.
Pistol-packin' political firebrand Michele Fiore made the big headlines last week in Oregon, but two other Nevada legislators were on the scene in the waning hours of the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge — nearly 700 miles outside their Assembly districts.