The Impact Nevada TV program for this weekend examines the past week — and upcoming final days — in the 2011 Legislature session. (5:30 p.m., Ch. 8).
The Rebels’ regular-season opener against Grand Canyon, a Division II school from Phoenix, will be Nov. 11 at the Thomas & Mack Center.
The negative rhetoric in the Las Vegas Ward 3 City Council race has gotten bad enough that one of the candidates is threatening the other with a defamation lawsuit.
A pair of last minute bills that could divert tax money to privately run sports stadiums had a rough landing in the Nevada Legislature.
Depending on your viewpoint, the 10 or so Republicans who this weekend will vote against reauthorizing the $620 million in taxes that are part of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s budget plan are either heroes or villains.
Geoff Johns, the chief creative officer of DC Comics, will write the upcoming relaunch of “Green Lantern,” part of a DC-wide effort that will see 52 new first issues enveloping all of its heroes from Superman to the Justice League to Hawkman.
NBC is reviving “Fear Factor,” the reality show that boasted challenges ranging from daring to gross. “Fear Factor” aired on NBC from 2001 to 2006 with host Joe Rogan. The network said Thursday it’s ordered new episodes but didn’t announce an air date or whether Rogan would return.
It takes a special kind of lawman to carry on for 20 years in the Wild West of TV. Matt Dillon, the mythical marshal of Dodge City, stood tall on “Gunsmoke” from 1955 to 1975. He outlasted dozens of other Western heroes while making history on TV’s longest-running dramatic series, a record that held until NBC’s “Law & Order” tied the CBS Western’s record in 2010.
Legislation that exempts juveniles who text and email sexual images from being considered sex offenders was one of 14 bills signed into law Friday.