When the governor was in law enforcement, would he have had the same opinion?
Orange Barrel Day!
The left’s war on fossil fuels has costs.
In 1972, the national Democratic Party and its presidential nominee were characterized as the party of “acid, amnesty and abortion” in one of the more devastating, effective and enduring slogans in American political history.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
Bipartisan proposal deserves a look in the House.
Surgeon General issues an advisory warning of the danger of social media to children.
Shadow Creek showed how tough it can play on the first day of the LPGA Match Play. Defending champ Eun-Hee Ji was among the winners.
A Las Vegas judge on Wednesday sentenced a man to between 16 and 40 years in prison for a fatal DUI crash last year that killed two bicyclists near UNLV.
The hiker was attempting a hike to the Colorado River and back in one day, park officials said.
The Clark County School District filed a complaint May 17 against the Clark County Education Association.
Lilia Vu posted her best career finish in last year’s LPGA Match Play at Shadow Creek. One year later, she’s on top of the golf world.
Two children were shot just before 4 p.m. May 9 in the 8900 block of Jamie Lee Avenue, near West Elkhorn Road and North Durango Drive, the Metropolitan Police Department said at the time.
Vincent Spoto, 65, and Shella Huey, 46, were found shot to death.
The longtime celebrity destination opened with a star-studded party in July 1994.
Natalie Nakase was issued a challenge by Aces coach Becky Hammon ahead of the team’s game Thursday against the Los Angeles Sparks.
Nevada and federal officials have teamed up on a program to provide food to students 18 and younger now through August.
The Golden Knights lead the Dallas Stars 3-0 in the Western Conference Final, but a veteran group won’t allow coach Bruce Cassidy’s team to look ahead to the Stanley Cup Final.
A total of 15 Tony Hsieh properties in the downtown Las Vegas area have been confirmed to be sold.
Former Raiders player Damon Arnette filed a petition asking a judge to dismiss charges he faces in connection with a confrontation with valet employees outside the Park MGM last year.
The dead fish in the pond are not a result of a nefarious act, according to Douglas Nielsen, an educator with the Nevada Department of Wildlife.
The Golden Knights are one victory away from returning to the Stanley Cup Final in part because of the belief and trust they have forged in one another.
Larry Edwards met Tina Turner coincidentally nearly 20 years ago. He says of her death, “It’s devastating.”
Hillary Clinton visited a Las Vegas recovery organization Wednesday to watch volunteers assemble naloxone kits for the community that will be distributed.
Attorneys appeared in court Wednesday for a hearing on a proposed protocol for police and prosecutors to search through the personal devices of slain investigative reporter Jeff German.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix is still months away, but we now have a glimpse into what the race will look like, thanks to a video game.
She sold more than 150 million records worldwide and won 12 Grammys.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified a teenager who was shot in North Las Vegas.
Professional poker player Eric Persson, the CEO of Maverick Gaming, is behind the effort to offer a new poker room at the Tropicana on the Strip.
A bill to provide up to $380 million in public financing for a $1.5 billion ballpark has not yet been introduced at the Nevada Legislature.