Molly Hatchet swings at LVCS
On one of the busiest holiday weekends of the year, some travelers looking to get to the Grand Canyon’s glass-bottom Skywalk will have to pay an extra fee to cross through a private ranch in northwestern Arizona.
Human-trafficking problem is difficult to measure
With student loan interest rates ready to increase, the Republican-led House approved a bill that would lessen the blow for now.
In a series of recent bills and actions, Rep. Dina Titus has launched an attack on problems in the Department of Veterans Affairs so the veterans who served the country will be better served by its government.
The 21st Century Conservation Service Corps was born with the Interior Department’s announcement of a program that provides youth conservation jobs and mentorships for various projects, including three in Nevada.
Liberace had a jealous streak when it came to one of his dancers, former Radio City Rockette Jody Ghanem.
Pretty polka-dot bows on top of heads, GPS monitors on the ankles. Teenagers having babies, then leaving them at home with grandma so they can make money on the streets, in motel suites.
Marc Schifalacqua, a Clark County prosecutor, has put plenty of pimps behind bars for pandering girls and women. He’s the first to say that Las Vegas is one big revolving door for pimps who commonly receive light sentences even if they abuse prostitutes or pander minors.
In a world of sex trafficking, where prostitutes are coerced or forced through violence to turn tricks, Christina is an example of a woman trafficking herself.