Congressional candidate Cresent Hardy said he believes young immigrants brought to the United States illegally by their parents should be allowed to stay to work, study and become U.S. citizens, while adults could seek legal status or go to the back of the line if they want to become Americans.
In the race for the 3rd Congressional District in Southern Nevada, the candidates or their supporters might have found a solution to bothersome and politically dangerous trackers: tell them they can’t videotape an event because it’s private.
Flash flood victims last week dug out more debris from 2-plus inches of rain that struck their Mount Charleston homes and roadways July 28, knowing that they could be tested again, and yet some of them are voicing optimism that the state and Clark County will broker a deal leading to a flood diversion project.
Sunset Road in Henderson might become the main corridor of medical marijuana dispensaries for the city.
Nevada has seen about the same number of traffic-related deaths so far this year compared to 2013, but statistics show a marked increase on rural roadways.
The state’s 17-month investigation into cheating allegations at Kelly Elementary School yielded no conclusive evidence. Transcripts of subpoenaed testimonies obtained by the Review-Journal, an analysis of the state’s findings and interviews with those privy to the investigation reveal a multi-agency probe that critics claim ignored evidence to arrive at a conclusion of wrongdoing by school staff.