Being arrested by his own sheriff’s department isn’t going to slow down Rick Marshall. A leading candidate to replace Nye County Sheriff Tony DeMeo in November’s election, Marshall held a 30-minute press conference Thursday night to tell his side of the story after returning to work.
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Las Vegas first-grader, one of 4,589 Clark County students to enter the countywide 2014 Mojave Max Emergence Contest, found out Thursday that she’s the winner.
New Russian military tactics have U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, on the edge.
University of Nevada, Reno officials want to know who is behind phony fliers advertising an appearance by former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Republican Niger Innis, an African-American congressional candidate and civil rights advocate, said Thursday the easy thing to do would be to condemn Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy for saying blacks on government assistance might be “better off as slaves.”
The woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton during an April 10 speaking engagement in Las Vegas pleaded not guilty late Wednesday to misdemeanor charges and was ordered to remain in federal custody.
Cliven Bundy’s racist comments in a New York Times interview is making it harder for some politicians to support him in an ongoing dispute with the BLM.
Both supporters and detractors of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy on Thursday harshly criticized racist remarks he made about “the Negro” as he wondered if African-Americans getting government support might be “better off as slaves.”
Republicans on Wednesday filed a Senate ethics complaint against Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, charging he crossed the line in using his taxpayer-funded website and Twitter account to launch attacks against the Koch brothers.
When Nevada Republicans dropped statements on marriage from the party’s platform, the state became the second — behind Indiana — to move away from opposing same-sex unions. It may be part of a broader campaign to get the GOP to appeal to younger voters by de-emphasizing social issues.