LOS ANGELES — Despite decades spent playing sober commanders and serious captains, Leslie Nielsen insisted that he was always made for comedy. He proved it in his career’s second act. “Surely you can’t be serious,” an airline passenger says to Nielsen in “Airplane!” the 1980 hit that turned the actor from dramatic leading man to comic star. “I am serious,” Nielsen replies. “And don’t call me Shirley.” The line was probably his most famous – and a perfect distillation of his career.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court in New York, opens a window into how U.S. authorities responded to the giant caravan.
A Carson City judge has ruled legislative Democrats cannot rely on attorneys with the Legislative Counsel Bureau.
The Las Vegas City Council approved a 74-cent increase to monthly trash fees after China cracked down on its imports of recycled goods.
The Utah Highway Patrol warned of hazardous driving conditions Wednesday, saying wet pavement contributed to four rollovers of tractor-trailer rigs on major highways.
A marijuana testing facility that had its license suspended this week called accusations of THC manipulation by Nevada regulators “baseless” and “appaling.”
Clark County District Judge Douglas Herndon announced Wednesday that he is running for Nevada Supreme Court in 2020.
The arrest came after officers boarded the train and found the victim bleeding.
A retired Las Vegas firefighter claims a racially motivated encounter with Las Vegas police left him with nerve damage in his wrists and hands.
A meager 9% of Americans believe that campaign messages are usually based on facts, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Opinion Research and USAFacts. Only 14% think policy decisions are often or always fact-based, or that Americans’ voting decisions are rooted in facts.