Gun rights groups ask Supreme Court to halt bump stock ban

Gun rights groups are asking the Supreme Court to stop the Trump administration from beginning to enforce its ban on bump stock devices, which allow semi-automatic weapons to fire like machine guns.

Trump team, unburdened by Mueller probe, now turn to critics

The Trump White House and Republican allies moved from claiming vindication after they learned Sunday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no collusion between Russian actors and the Trump 2016 campaign to calling out critics who they say should be held accountable for a high-stakes investigation they contend should not have happened.

NV Energy aims to lure back, keep customers amid exodus

After years of watching some of its largest customers drop off one by one, NV Energy is fighting back. Twenty Nevadan entities have taken steps to leave the utility for another energy provider since 2005, with various entities searching for lower costs and more renewable resources.

Findlay Toyota finance director has good reason to support LLS

Longtime Findlay Toyota Finance Director Anthony Velardi is a big fan of the annual Leukemia &Lymphoma Society event honoring the 2019 Southern Nevada Man and Woman of the Year. He will be participating in the grand finale May 17 in the Rio’s Brasilia Ballroom.

Perry wants $116M to restart Yucca Mountain process

Energy Secretary Rick Perry is expected to tell a House panel that his $31.7 billion budget blueprint includes $116 million to restart licensing hearings on a permanent nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain.

Window coverings come in a variety of colors and materials

Choosing the right window coverings for your new or remodeled home is one of the most important decisions you will make — maybe even more so than getting the keys to the front door or programming that remote garage door opener. And unlike the simple decisions your grandparents had to make, today’s choices come in a vast palette of colors, textures and natural or synthetic materials.

Use ‘come-along’ tool to stretch chain-link fence

Q: On the side of my house next to my outside wall is an open area that we want to close in so the dog won’t run out. It’s a small dog, so we only need a fence about 3 feet high. The guy we bought the house from already installed metal poles in the ground for chain-link fencing. My question is, how do I stretch the fencing across the poles?

Proper pruning, thinning, irrigation increases fruit size

Q: Peaches from my dwarf peach tree were very small again last year. This is the third year the fruit developed into a small size. We fertilize them twice a year with vegetable spikes and our in-ground system fertilizer system has Dr. Benson’s Natural Mix added five times per year. Any suggestions?

Bone health focus of forum at Las Vegas Senior Center

“Fit to a T,” a workshop on prevention and care for osteoporosis, joint and bone health, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Las Vegas Senior Center, 451 E. Bonanza Road.

NFL owners approve Raiders’ 1-year lease for Oakland

NFL owners delivered an expected but momentous vote Monday, approving the Raiders’ lease to occupy the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum until the franchise relocates to Las Vegas.

Lights FC allow outrageous goal in loss at Portland

Las Vegas Lights FC were defeated 3-1 by Portland Timbers 2 in a United Soccer League game during which the local side allowed an outrageous bicycle kick by Portland’s Dairon Asprilla in the 74th minute.

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