To the editor:
Interstate 11 is coming, and Southern Nevadans will need to be careful what they wish for.
Bravo to President Barack Obama for reaching well outside his comfort zone and nominating Bob McDonald, the retired chairman, president and CEO of Procter &Gamble, to reverse the culture of corruption and indifference that plagues Veterans Affairs.
New employees are moving into North Las Vegas City Hall at no expense to city taxpayers. In fact, the government stands to net a six-figure income from the deal.
The Supreme Court struck the right balance between the free exercise of religion and the obligation of people — religious and nonreligious alike — way back in 1990.
The local soccer pubs started filling up early Tuesday because the U.S. was playing Belgium in the knockout round of the World Cup. These fans appeared to be dedicated, and perhaps a little loaded. They were not, however, the most dedicated sports fans in Las Vegas.
They turned out by the tens of thousands, some painted in red, white and blue, waving flags and chanting “I Believe!” in city parks, stadiums and sports bars from coast to coast on Tuesday to watch the U.S. national soccer team play Belgium in the knockout round of the World Cup.
Besides a runaway horse and carriage, 51s center fielder Matt den Dekker caught everything that came his way in New York City during a recent three-week stint with the Mets.
Yahoo and Sony Pictures Television announced Monday that the show’s creator, Dan Harmon, will serve as an executive producer for 13 new episodes.
Henderson City Council approved regulations for medical marijuana establishments Tuesday, and will start accepting applications Monday.