San Francisco mayor vows to clean up dirty, smelly streets

Though known for its compassion to the needy, San Francisco may have hit peak saturation with tent camps, stinky urine and trash littering the streets, and the new interim mayor has vowed to do something about it.

More American cities may find themselves on dirty air list

For decades America’s air was getting cleaner as levels of a key smog ingredient steadily dropped. That changed about seven years ago when pollution reductions leveled off, a new study found.

America’s do-nothing Congress

But maybe it’s better that they aren’t making things worse

The allure of free stuff

Fortunately, we still have a choice between socialism and capitalism

Basic outlasts Rancho, wins 2-1 in extra innings

Basic and Rancho took their duel into the ninth inning, each starter going into the seventh and both relievers dealing. But a bases-loaded walk with a full count and two outs was the difference as Garrett Giles trotted to first base, his Basic team 2-1 winners at home.

California tops spring destination list for Southern Nevadans

Roughly 58 percent of Southern Nevadans are planning a vacation before June 21, according to AAA’s poll of 250 people mostly living in Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas, with a handful of responses from Moapa Valley, Boulder City and Pahrump.

Discussion on future of UNLV presidency draws big crowd

The governance structure of the Nevada Board of Regents and the stability of UNLV were among the top concerns faculty and students brought to the attention of Chancellor Thom Reilly during an open forum at the university on Monday.

Trump calls reported rift with chief of staff ‘fake news’

New details emerged on the rift between White House chief of staff John Kelly and President Donald Trump, with one former administration official saying Kelly privately called Trump “an idiot” last year.

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