Republican Niger Innis, an African-American congressional candidate and civil rights advocate, said Thursday the easy thing to do would be to condemn Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy for saying blacks on government assistance might be “better off as slaves.”
Being arrested by his own sheriff’s department isn’t going to slow down Rick Marshall. A leading candidate to replace Nye County Sheriff Tony DeMeo in November’s election, Marshall held a 30-minute press conference Thursday night to tell his side of the story after returning to work.
Las Vegas first-grader, one of 4,589 Clark County students to enter the countywide 2014 Mojave Max Emergence Contest, found out Thursday that she’s the winner.
Rancher Cliven Bundy doubled down Thursday on racist statements he made to the New York Times. Bundy spoke to reporters Thursday afternoon near his ranch in Bunkerville, repeating sentiments that “the Negro community” living in Las Vegas Valley public housing looks like slaves to him.
University of Nevada, Reno officials want to know who is behind phony fliers advertising an appearance by former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Both supporters and detractors of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy on Thursday harshly criticized racist remarks he made about “the Negro” as he wondered if African-Americans getting government support might be “better off as slaves.”
When the first of Cliven Bundy’s cows is removed from federal land 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas, conservationists like Terri Robertson will have reason to celebrate. The issue hits home for her. Besides a lifelong connection to the area, Robertson also happens to be Bundy’s cousin.
Las Vegas Metro Sheriff Douglas Gillespie got the runners started. But he’s not carrying the baton clear to Carson City. A run to honor fallen officers began with Gillespie in the lead on Thursday morning in Las Vegas.
BundyFest, a Nevada festival organized to mock the Bundy ranch “saga,” may or may not actually happen.
Flanked by someone who could be their famous new lawyer, the embattled Bundy family is meeting with nationally known conservative public interest attorney Larry Klayman about possible legal action over the failed federal roundup of its cattle.
The Combination Shaft was created in 1875 during the Comstock Lode in Virginia City, said Mike Visher, deputy administrator at the Nevada Minerals Division. It was 3,250 feet deep.
Mary and Carrie Dann never received a visit from the camouflage cavalry, and I’m not sure whether they would have welcomed the support of armed militia. But the story of the Shoshone sisters is worth revisiting in the wake of recent events at Cliven Bundy’s ranch near Bunkerville.
Homeowners in a Southern Nevada community say their floors are shaking and their walls cracking as movement in a former landfill tears them apart.
UNLV got a glimpse Wednesday of the intersection of ecology and sexology with a guided walking tour of campus ecosexy spots. The event included orientation to teach about 15 participants 25 ways to make love to the planet.
As a noisy livestock dispute unfolded in northeastern Clark County, someone with a shovel decided to disturb the peace of one of Gold Butte’s most restful residents. For more than 50 years, the grave of Arthur Coleman sat undisturbed at the long-abandoned Gold Butte town site. But sometime in the past week or weeks, Coleman’s final resting place was dug up, leaving a deep hole surrounded by pieces of wood and other debris.