The owner of four northern Nevada-area newspapers says it’s reducing the number of days it prints the newspapers each week.
Expect presidential polls to be skewed
By his own admission, he was too afraid to act.
The Electoral College cost Al Gore and Hillary Clinton the presidency.
What if your child was in that concert killing field? Your mom? Your wife? Would you accept a cop who froze in fear?
Many liberals today embrace curbs on free speech
The United States of America celebrated its 243rd birthday Wednesday and Las Vegas joined in the celebration with parades, barbecues and plenty of fireworks.
Featherweight champion Max Holloway was believed to have “concussion-like symptoms” after handlers had trouble waking him Wednesday and he was pulled from Saturday’s UFC 226 title defense against Brian Ortega at T-Mobile Arena.
With backyard barbecues and fireworks, Americans celebrated Independence Day by participating in time-honored traditions that expressed pride in their country’s 242nd birthday.
Las Vegas Ace Kayla McBride possesses an arsenal of crossover dribbles, fakes and hesitations. She’s an elite shooter now, too, averaging 17.9 points on 46.3 percent shooting, including 42.6 percent from 3-point range.
Jerry Seinfeld characteristically picks a car that somehow relates to his guest; his vehicle of choice for Lewis was a 1966 convertible Jaguar roadster.
Downtown Container Park’s Sunset Cinema Night features “The Little Mermaid” on Thursday evening.
Nevada’s plan to reduce a longstanding funding mechanism that pays for services to foster children with special needs could prove a hefty financial burden for Clark County.
“I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, ‘If you don’t get Jerry Lewis, you don’t understand comedy.’ ”
As Mesquite Constable Duane Thurston campaigned for a sixth term, it was unclear if his office would remain intact in time for the election.
The Fourth of July is but one of many reasons for firing up that grill or waving the red, white and blue. Here are a few items to help you do either — or both — any day of the year.
Celebrate the red, white and blue with an appropriately colored dessert at the Hofbrauhaus, 4510 Paradise Road. Slices of house-made cherry and apple pies and vanilla ice cream are served atop blueberry compote, and it’s $10. The dessert is part of the Hofbrauhaus’ special Fourth of July menu that also includes house-made corn chowder with bacon and jalapenos, $6; barbecued baby back ribs with a grilled jalapeno-cheddar bratwurst, cole slaw, corn on the cob, seasoned potato wedges, bacon and barbecue sauce, $25; and a cocktail with Bacardi, Malibu rum, blue curacao and cranberry juice, $15.
For the second time in four months, two people lie critically ill in England’s Salisbury District Hospital after being exposed to a military-grade nerve agent developed in the Soviet Union, British police confirmed late Wednesday.
LAKE MEAD — Anglers fishing during the nighttime hours have found good fishing for striped bass. Plastic baits and anchovies have been working for stripers, catfish, and for both largemouth and smallmouth bass. Black bass are staying fairly shallow and anglers fishing from shore have been catching the fish. Catfish can be found in the backs of coves at night.
There is plenty of star power in the NBA Summer League, which begins Friday at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion. Here are the top five games to watch.
The air smelled of sunscreen early Wednesday as throngs of Las Vegans took over the streets of Summerlin to watch dancers, marching bands and Disney princesses parade in celebration of America.
If passed, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act could generate as much as $26 million annually for Nevada’s wildlife.
Liberty Island has been evacuated because of a climber at the Statue of Liberty.
The lack of a U.S. team caused a big viewership drop for World Cup telecasts.
A three-year-old boy died Wednesday after he was found unresponsive in a neighbor’s pool west of the Las Vegas Strip, police confirmed.
A 10-year-old Southern California boy was starved and tortured for days before his death, sometimes by younger brothers and sisters forced to take part in the beatings, according to prosecutors who have charged his mother and her boyfriend with his murder.
Staff from the Maryland newspaper where five employees were shot to death walked in the Fourth of July parade in Annapolis.