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Uber might have lost battle, but the war has just begun

The Southern Nevada transportation landscape took a sharp turn last week with Uber’s announcement that it was temporarily shutting down until it could find a way to operate legally in the state. But for those critics who think Uber is gone for good, think again.

Backers of autism therapy hope for Nevada aid

More than 500 of Nevada’s autistic children are on waiting lists to obtain therapy, and advocates for these children are looking to Sandoval for help.

Car trip to Carson City hasn’t lost its charms

The last time I drove the 450 miles between Las Vegas and Carson City was 1989, a solitary drive in July at the end of the Legislature with two yowling cats and a car that overheated.

Focus on fairness marks judge’s distinguished career

There are two undisputed facts about Senior U.S. District Judge Philip Pro. He is one of the best on the bench, and he never needed a microphone.

Fifth Street on way to becoming Bridge to Somewhere

There’s a Bridge to Nowhere in North Las Vegas today, but if all goes according to plan, it’ll become a Bridge to Somewhere by mid-2016.

Consultant keeps title of ‘judge maker,’ despite allegations

Political consultant David Thomas retained his nickname as “judge maker” on election night despite one judicial candidate’s claim that Thomas had offered a bribe to protect incumbent Judge Rob Bare.

ParkMe app offers more info than you might have thought

The secret of ParkMe: You have to open it a few times and explore it and you’ll find all kinds of information about parking that you never knew was available.

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