Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam apologizes for racist yearbook photo

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam apologized on Friday for a racist photo in which he appeared more than 30 years ago, but said he did not intend to heed calls to resign from both Republicans and prominent fellow Democrats, including several presidential hopefuls.

Where is our humanity at the southern border?

Our status on the worldwide stage is being judged every day that we treat humans as animals when all they are seeking is asylum and an opportunity for a better life.

Field set for Las Vegas Valley municipal races

The two-week candidate filing period wrapped up Friday, introducing a slew of council hopefuls in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Boulder City ahead of the April 2 primary election.

Law enforcement cracking down on distracted drivers in Las Vegas

Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up to combat distracted drivers.Through Feb. 19, Nevada’s law enforcement agencies will be citing drivers who are not paying attention to the road, multiple law enforcement agencies announced.

Running on E on Henderson trails? Electric bikes a solution

The tires of my loyal, fully human-powered bicycle had helped me log 13 of the 34 miles that make up Southern Nevada’s River Mountains Loop Trail. Sadly, that had only amounted to flirting with this paved path of challenging hills and epic views of the Las Vegas Valley, Lake Mead and Boulder City. Biking the entire loop would remain the stuff of my Mojave Desert dreams, unless I began a rigorous daily training routine. That’s when the epiphany of e-biking struck.

Ex-NFL QB, Cowboys coach Wade Wilson dies on 60th birthday

Wade Wilson, the quarterback who led the Minnesota Vikings to an NFC championship game and coached the position with the Dallas Cowboys for more than a decade, died on his 60th birthday Friday.

Nevada leaders want answers from DOE in wake of plutonium shipment

Nevada’s congressional delegation pushed for classified briefings Friday from the Department of Energy over a secret plutonium shipment to a site north of Las Vegas that the federal government says occurred before the state filed a lawsuit to block the toxic transfer.

Las Vegas police conducting DUI checkpoint on Super Bowl Sunday

On Super Bowl Sunday, the Metropolitan Police Department’s Traffic Bureau will be working with the Northwest and Spring-Valley Area Commands to conduct a “Sobriety Checkpoint” in the northwest Las Vegas Valley, according to a press release.

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