After a one-year hiatus, the National Clean Energy Summit is returning to Las Vegas on Oct. 13. The event, which highlights innovations in the field of renewable energy, will be co-hosted by summit founder, retired U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
If you have a superior product, you don’t need a government mandate.
If you’re having trouble falling asleep, go listen to Wednesday’s hearing on the secret recording made of Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
The people who are out to hurt Adam Laxalt’s political career were changing their story long before we knew what the Republican attorney general said in a secretly recorded conversation.
“Coincidences” keep piling up in the narrative liberals are spinning about Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett’s secret recording of a March 2016 conversation with Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
There’s nothing unprecedented about a Nevada attorney general intervening on behalf of the Gaming Control Board in litigation between private parties, even when one of the parties is a licensee.
Going against the will of 72 percent of Nevada voters isn’t a wise idea, but that’s not stopping Assemblyman Chris Brooks, D-Las Vegas.
The Review-Journal has long been a cornerstone of Las Vegas, and we want the community to understand the three principles that will guide us as the new owners of the R-J.
During Thursday’s meeting of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee at UNLV, tourism leaders testified that a new stadium near the Strip could help Las Vegas attract at least 20 new annual special events and the tourists who’d attend them.
The efforts of elected officials to stop the spread of the Dotty’s slot parlor chain have failed because the state body that could settle the legality of the business model has no interest in doing so.