While the DMV’s troubles have spread across banner headlines and filled nightly news broadcasts, similar woes involving Southern Nevada’s unemployed have mostly gone unnoticed.
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Just when some UNLV football fans are beginning to think they’ve begun to put those losing years behind them, the athletic department has to go and test their loyalty by announcing that some season-ticket holders will have to begin paying a premium for the privilege of watching the new Rebels in action.
I walked into the Riviera knowing it had seen better days, but thinking it still looked pretty good for an old Vegas girl.
Venna Davis spent the better part of a long life helping to bring green to the desert.
After donating $10 million in December to UNLV’s Black Mountain Institute, philanthropist Beverly Rogers on Thursday evening announced an additional $20 million gift from the Rogers Foundation to the literary center.
John McCarthy lasted just one term as Clark County sheriff, but he will forever be remembered for pursuing organized crime with unprecedented gusto.
Although not charged with a crime, Tammy Meyers’ son, Brandon, is shouldering the collective weight of the events of his mom’s death. It’s a weight he said he’ll carry a long time.
Top officials in Southern Nevada’s juvenile justice machine say they don’t see a growing problem in the placement of troubled young offenders. There is plenty of evidence that they should be.
Southern Nevada’s Red Rock Academy at Summit Youth Center has closed, but maybe state and county officials got lucky.
With many Southern Nevadans frustrated by long waits at the Department of Motor Vehicles, Diretor Troy Dillard was compelled to release a press missive concerning the issue.
The great Mark Twain probably wasn’t the most interesting scribe to set foot in the Virginia City Territorial Enterprise. For my money, none could touch the grand Lucius Beebe when it came to personality behind the pen.
Matt Palance stood in his share of lines in the military, but nothing quite prepared him for the frustrating experience he received during recent trips to the Henderson Department of Motor Vehicles.
After spending the parts of two days waiting in line, Nancy GashoFromm finally had managed to renew her Nevada driver’s license. No one would have blamed her for letting out a victory yell, or collapsing in tears.
Saturday at McMullan’s Irish Pub on Tropicana Avenue during the annual St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser to support childhood cancer treatment, Sheila Whitmore had her head shaved for the seventh consecutive year.
Metro detectives investigating extortion allegations leveled at conservative GOP activist Tony Dane continued on Monday to probe outside Nevada for information.
One of several saving graces of the late Jim Rogers’ just-pressed autobiography, “Now, Let Me Tell You Something…” is that Nevada’s curmudgeonly education champion didn’t take his great wealth with him; he spread it around.
Whether standing up for black Americans or recounting the latest boom town excitement, Thomas Detter’s ride through Nevada history is well worth remembering.
Lynn and Brian McMullan, proprietors of McMullan’s Irish Pub, started the local St. Baldrick’s event and are now marking their ninth year.
Frustration is something DMV front-line employees and their customers have in common these days. Technological changes intended to speed the process of registering vehicles and renewing licenses continue to bog it down.
The Clark County coroner’s office has not yet determined a cause in the late February death of Jon Corchis, a former longtime MGM Grand International financial officer.
The harder the city works to rein in the political fallout from the stadium deal, the worse its supporters look — and the more the issue will matter in the June election
Whether he was patrolling the halls of the Legislature or roaming the backroads of his adopted Silver State, for 37 years Ed Vogel was a remarkably durable and reliable scribe.
Tony Dane, who owns a “robo-call” company that specializes in conservative issues and candidates, this past week fired up another mass message in Assemblyman Chris Edwards’ District 19. Subject: a possible recall.
The sordid little tale of Henderson’s “talk and be terminated” policy was all about protecting Henderson government’s comfortably incestuous status quo.
Nevadans who loathe Tony Dane, and there’s no shortage of them these days, probably hope karma has finally caught up with the conservative political trickster.