Had the winner’s card for the Jack Adams Trophy not read Gallant’s name, it would have reduced those hanging chads in Florida some years back to a minor controversy.
The recent Democratic primary was a setback for progressives, and the governor’s race will come down to which candidate voters trust.
Too many are brought up in poverty and in single-parent households.
The Department of Justice has lost the public’s trust
Somebody on the convention authority board must step up and stop this madness.
Border controversy just a weapon of mass destraction
But president’s trade policies could undercut the momentum
Funding for street repairs in North Las Vegas got a $3.57 million boost Wednesday night under a deal between the City Council and Regional Transportation Commission.
Marijuana will be legal nationwide in Canada starting Oct. 17 in a move that should take market share away from organized crime and protect the country’s youth, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
The North Las Vegas Police Department will get five new vehicles and a laser scanner, under a pair of contracts approved by the City Council Wednesday night.
An $11.16 million storm drain will be built in North Las Vegas, under a contract approved Wednesday night by the City Council in a 3-0 vote.
No beer at this time of year? A British trade group says there’s a shortage of carbon dioxide in Northern Europe, sparking fears that drinks may lack fizz just as thirsty soccer fans fill pubs for the World Cup.
A man suspected of fatally shooting of Patricia Jones at a northwest valley apartment complex this month was an armed security guard, according to his Metropolitan Police Department arrest report.
Alternate judges filling in for the North Las Vegas Municipal Court could get a pay raise under an ordinance introduced Wednesday night by the North Las Vegas City Council.
Former UNLV center Brandon McCoy is expected to go in the second round of Thursday’s NBA draft or not at all. Troy Brown Jr., who went to Centennial High School, is a probable first-round selection.
A fatigue crack in a jet engine compressor caused a British Airways plane to catch fire following an aborted takeoff from McCarran International Airport nearly three years ago, the National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday.
Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria said Wednesday that a combination of human error and technical problems allowed up to 43 voters to cast ballots twice in the primary election.
New rule may allow business organization to resume offering association health plan for its members, something it did for 30 years prior to passage of the Affordable Care Act.
The construction at Hard Rock Hotel/Virgin Las Vegas is actually deconstructing plans for “The Voice — Neon Dreams.” The show was scheduled to open Sept. 17.
The second annual Refugee Recognition Ceremony at the Silverton casino in Las Vegas recognizes 92 students who survived hardship before landing in Clark County, including 36 high school graduates.
At least five men called a gay man homophobic slurs as they punched and kicked him at an off-Strip hotel parking garage, police documents show.
Liberty senior linebacker Kyle Beaudry announced his commitment via Twitter on Wednesday to play his college ball at UNLV.
Recently minted Democratic gubernatorial nominee Steve Sisolak wants three cracks at debating Republican candidate and Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt before the general election.
Aces coach Bill Laimbeer confirmed Wednesday that third-year point guard Moriah Jefferson will practice Thursday, marking the next step in the return from a knee injury that cost her the last year of her professional career.
Three companies, two from out of state, will collaborate to market rural Nevada tourism destinations under new four-year contracts finalized Thursday by the Nevada Commission on Tourism.
The Hero of Harlem is the social conscience of Marvel’s Netflix universe.
Lionel Messi is going to have a hard time keeping up with Cristiano Ronaldo at this year’s World Cup.
Two teenagers faced a judge for the first time Wednesday in connection with the shooting death of a 17-year-old boy inside a vacant Henderson home.