UNLV medical school has first-rate second class

Jessica Hill and Enes Djesevic, who grew up just a few miles apart in southwest Las Vegas, are among the 60 students in the second class at the UNLV School of Medicine.

 
Henderson company’s niche: Wrapping vehicles in ads

The battle to attract eyeballs in the Las Vegas Valley keeps evolving as marketers find bolder and more unusual ways to command attention.

Arrests, lies and unpaid taxes leave Ford campaign in disarray

Democrat attorney general and Sen. Aaron Ford’s future would look a lot brighter if he had been more honest in the past. Last Friday, Ford sat down with Channel 8’s Steve Sebelius to reveal that he had been arrested numerous times in the 1990s. The arrests included stealing, public intoxication and failing to appear in court.

MGM has been a fine corporate citizen

Company is just defending itself against a mob of get-rich-quick, out-of-town lawyers

Lengthy recovery pays off for Aces guard Moriah Jefferson

Moriah Jefferson is back from the right knee injury that cost her 13 games of the 2017 season and the first 17 of the 2018 season. She’s still easing her way into form, averaging 4.8 points and 2.8 assists in 14.8 minutes per game.

GOP megadonor Koch network snubs Dean Heller, 2 others

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to punch back at GOP mega-donor billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch after the Koch-network let it be known over the weekend that it is not supporting key GOP candidates, including Nevada Sen. Dean Heller.

Raiders’ Las Vegas move creates wrinkle in Khalil Mack talks

The Raiders’ scheduled 2020 relocation from Oakland to Las Vegas presents an intriguing dynamic in contract negotiations for Khalil Mack. California enforces a 13.3 percent rate on state income taxes. Nevada has no such taxes.

Construction starts on 12-mile pipeline to pump water to Apex

Water is expected to start flowing through part of Apex Industrial Park by late 2020 after more than two decades of efforts to jump-start development on this sprawling chunk of vacant land in North Las Vegas.

Las Vegas chef bringing meat, beer, heavy metal to Palace Station

Working with casino executives does not come naturally for Ralph Perrazzo. In 2002, when Caesars Palace’s Greg Waldron flew him in from New York to offer him a job at the property’s new restaurant Bradley Ogden, he accepted the trip and partied hard on the casino’s dime. The meeting, however, did not go well.

Yankees pitcher J.A. Happ has hand, foot and mouth disease

Newly acquired Yankees left-hander J.A. Happ has been diagnosed with hand, foot and mouth disease, the second pitcher on a New York team to be recently affected by the illness.

Danny Tarkanian threatens to sue Susie Lee over campaign ads

Congressional candidate Danny Tarkanian is demanding his opponent retract claims that he “set up telemarketing scams” and took a $16 million taxpayer bailout in a scathing cease-and-desist letter.

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