The ImpactNevada television program for March 25, 2011 includes Review-Journal columnists Steve Sebelius and Glenn Cook talking about eliminating municipal elections in odd-numbered years, and this week’s rally by college students in Carson City
A local campaign geared toward stopping human trafficking began earlier this month, with posters featuring hotlines appearing in bus stops across the valley.
The handheld units can help diagnose traumatic bleeding during transport and also communicate patient information to waiting emergency room doctors.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada on Tuesday opened its Rights For All office, where volunteers will learn to demand clear policy positions out of presidential candidates.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced the move in a joint statement.
The Regional Transportation Commission on Tuesday commemorated its newly launched ride-sharing service, which takes groups of up to 11 people to stops from downtown to the M Resort.
The city of Las Vegas plans to move into a new, $56 million municipal courthouse downtown by January 2021. Officials broke ground on the new building on Tuesday.
Kellyanne Conway, an adviser to President Trump, won’t testify at a hearing called to examine the Office of Special Counsel’s recommendation that she be fired for engaging in political activity while working as a federal employee.
A total of 283 migrant deaths were recorded last year; the toll so far this year has not been released.
The meeting came two weeks after comedian Jon Stewart, a longtime advocate for 9/11 responders, offered withering criticism of Congress at a public hearing.
A woman beat and tortured at least some of her 15 children and forced them to watch as she brutally killed their pets, authorities said in New Mexico, the latest place where the woman and her husband have been the subject of complaints.