The Koch brothers have donated considerable sums of money to various philanthropic efforts in recent years. They’ve also donated considerable amounts of money to advance conservative political causes. Those who can’t separate the two actions — among them Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid — have run an incessant campaign to demonize the Kochs, and that effort has now led to young black students losing college scholarships.
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A coalition to fight human trafficking in Nevada is showing signs of strain.
Computer exec Glenn Drawdy suffered a stroke during a trip to Las Vegas and is stuck her. But he considers himself to lucky to be betting help from therapist Nicola Gregory, whom he calls “Mrs. MacGyver.”
Caleb Clay threw a complete-game three-hitter to lift the Salt Lake Bees to a 3-0 victory over the Las Vegas 51s.
The Sacramento Kings arrived in Las Vegas on July 5 to prepare for the NBA Summer League.
Have you ever neglected a major project so long that it became more complicated because you put it off?
Receiving advice from Vice President Joe Biden and meeting White House senior administration officials are some of the perks of Kaleema Ishmel’s first full-time job. Ishmel, 19, is a 2013 Valley High School graduate who was chosen for a White House summer internship.
Many familiar names and a few new ones are among the 28 medical marijuana establishment applications filed with Henderson by Thursday’s deadline. Eleven of these applicants were not chosen in June by Clark County commissioners for potential dispensary approval in unincorporated areas.
She’s Las Vegas’ queen of green. Annette Bubak, co-founder of the Green Alliance, is a longtime instructor who helps real estate agents learn about energy efficiency and green homes.