To the editor:
While there may be no need for the American people to panic — yet — about the unfolding Ebola crisis, the public’s increasing worry is not based on misguided fear. No, the American people are alarmed because Washington in general and the Obama administration in particular have a long track record of incompetence (and worse) in dealing with a multitude of issues, and their response to the Ebola crisis is no exception.
What remained constant from the Life Is Beautiful’s first year to its second was the street party atmosphere and broad array of attendees who differed both in terms of age and what they were there for, some drawn more by the culinary offerings than the music, and vice versa.
In every key Nevada race, Republicans have cast more early-voting ballots than Democrats ahead of today’s rally starring former President Bill Clinton, who is being brought in by Nevada Democrats who hope the “comeback kid” can boost party turnout and head off a GOP sweep of state offices.
A Bullhead City police sergeant charged last week with attempted sexual assault in Laughlin was already a suspect in an ongoing rape investigation.
A video of good Samaritans appearing to subdue a man on a violent homophobic and racist rant at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport appeared Saturday, one of those good Samaritans possibly being actor Paul Rudd.
Doug Kezirian, former sports director for KTNV (Ch. 13) in Las Vegas, is an ESPN SportsCenter anchor. He also fills in on “NBA Tonight” and co-hosts the “NBA Lockdown” podcast.
Desert Inn Road was closed near Pecos Road Monday afternoon after a man died in a motorcycle crash, Las Vegas police said.
Carolyn Andrulis had 10 kills, five aces and nine digs Monday as Coronado’s girls volleyball team secured the Southeast League title with a 25-15, 25-5, 25-18 sweep of host Foothill.
A car crash Monday shut down the Nellis Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue intersection during the afternoon, according to Las Vegas police.