To the editor:
Free speech, a cornerstone of our nation’s democracy, is supposed to thrive on college and university campuses. Students can best sharpen their critical thinking skills through open, robust debate on any and all ideas.
In Nevada today, a coalition of fringe environmental groups is trying to scare the public into banning hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” which is an essential technology for developing more than 90 percent of the nation’s oil and natural gas wells. This proven technology has the potential to unlock significant energy resources, create jobs and generate much-needed tax revenue in Nevada.
Igor Dubinskyy of Ukraine won the $1,111 buy-in Little One for One Drop tournament at the World Series of Poker on Sunday night at the Rio Convention Center.
UFC president Dana White was in such a terrific mood during the wee hours of Sunday morning following a successful event at Mandalay Bay that he insisted nothing could bring him down.
Frankie Edgar put an end to BJ Penn’s Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight title reign back in 2010 when he proved just a bit better than the Hawaiian.
Like about 76 million other Americans, Carl Reiber has hypertension.
It was one of those things that was always in the back of Bill Kading’s mind.
Henderson firefighters from Station 98 have spent the past six weeks training for worse-case hazardous materials scenarios with the hope of never having to use those skills.
While many in the valley got the day off for the Fourth of July holiday on Friday, Las Vegas police officers David Rosas and Grant Riley were busy patrolling the streets. And what a fiery night they had.