Meeting scheduled on Raiders lease, but no vote ready yet

A special meeting has been scheduled Wednesday for the Coliseum Authority, but it is not the one many anticipated, as the group will meet in closed session to discuss a potential Raiders lease that is not yet ready for a vote.

Man free of HIV infection after stem cell transplant

A London man appears to be free of the AIDS virus after a stem cell transplant, the second success including the “Berlin patient,” doctors reported.

Oregon man survived off taco sauce while trapped in snow storm

An Oregon man who was rescued after five days stuck in deep snow with his dog is deeply grateful to his rescuers and embarrassed to have caused so much trouble, his aunt told The Associated Press on Monday.

Man finds father’s body in Alabama tornado wreckage

Picking through the twisted debris that had been her Alabama mobile home, Carol Dean found her wedding dress and a Father’s Day note to her husband reading, “Daddy, I love you to pieces.” But the storm took the 53-year-old husband and father.

UNLV students vying to win Regal Films Contest

UNLV student filmmakers Nicolle Petersen and Lily Campisi are on the verge of blanketing movie screens in ways never achieved by any blockbuster — not even the ones starring superheroes, Jedis or sparkly vampires.

Rain, wind in Las Vegas Valley forecast

Rain and a drop in temperatures are in the forecast for the Las Vegas Valley during the second half of the week, according to the National Weather Service.

Las Vegas’ Neon Museum lights Hard Rock Cafe sign — PHOTOS

The Hard Rock Cafe guitar sign is illuminated for the first time in public during a special event at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas on Monday, March 4, 2019. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @csstevensphoto The famed Hard Rock Cafe guitar sign, which stood at the corner of Harmon Avenue and Paradise Road for 28 […]

New Orleans dressed up, ready to let loose on Fat Tuesday

The streets of New Orleans will be filled Tuesday with excited kids catching beads from atop ladders, revelers in fancy costumes walking through the French Quarter and Mardi Gras Indians wearing finely beaded costumes.

Bill to boost safety in Nevada schools draws strong support

A new bill that would enact school safety measures recommended by former Gov. Brian Sandoval’s school safety task force drew strong support from educators, mental health professionals and residents who stressed the need to be prepared for crises on campus.

Shine the light on PERS

Former state worker says he doesn’t care if the public knows his pension.

CARTOON: Here comes 2020!

Bernie Sanders: The future of the Democratic Party.

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