TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — The last refuge is vanishing for besieged smokers – at least in Honduras. A new law says family members can call in the police on people who smoke at home.
Nevada State College in Henderson will expand its teaching program with a new 65,000-square-foot building that will break ground by year’s end, according to officials.
The day of the robbery, a man entered the business on the 500 block of East Sahara Avenue, near Paradise Road, and stole merchandise before running away.
Fire officials say the blaze is believed to have started on the lower level of a multifamily home and spread upward.
Public displays of Nazi symbols are illegal in Germany, except for artistic or educational purposes.
Dr. George Tyndall was arrested and charged with 29 felonies, including 18 counts of sexual penetration and 11 counts of sexual battery by fraud.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday headed to the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, where he’s expected to meet with foreign leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The prosecution of Phillips, who is awaiting trial, has reignited debate about whether the lifetime loss of gun rights is too harsh for some defendants.
A bill to grant $600 million in election security funds to states is expected to pass the Democratically controlled House on Thursday, but faces a roadblock in the Republican-controlled Senate.
The settlement for three former students at Canyon Springs High School in North Las Vegas stems from a 2013 fight that erupted during a senior breakfast.
The president said of Jerome Powell, “Here’s a guy nobody ever heard of him before and now, I made him and he wants to show how tough he is.”