LOS ANGELES — The Oprah Winfrey Network launching Saturday is wary of promising too much of a good thing – Winfrey herself. In stoking interest in the cable channel, the goal is to exploit Winfrey’s popularity while emphasizing that OWN won’t be all Oprah, all the time.
Just days before the Nevada Democratic caucuses, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar on Monday touted her ability to reach across the political aisle and find common ground with political opponents.
The crosswalk on Lone Mountain Road where a boy, 12, and his sister, 9, were hit on Friday is inadequately lit, students say.
The Clark County School District is investigating a report that a game of “Duck, Duck, Goose” that featured “racial implications” was played at an elementary school.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren continued making her closing arguments to Nevada Democrats on Monday, speaking at a get-out-the-caucus rally in Henderson.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider leasing downtown land to Zappos for a special events facility and public tavern, with an eye-catching centerpiece.
Early voting in the Nevada Democratic caucuses continues Monday, with sites open throughout the valley.
“It absolutely kills you, knowing that” houses are getting destroyed downstream from the dam, TVA spokesman Jim Hopson told The Associated Press on Monday.
News over the weekend that an 83-year-old American woman who was on the ship and flew from Cambodia to Malaysia was found to be carrying the virus froze further movement of the passengers and crew of the MS Westerdam.
Systemwide fixed-route ridership overall jumped 1.1 percent, with 65 million boarding seen last year.
Henderson’s Paulette Schaeffer, a retired nurse, said she and her husband, Joseph, were confident they were not sick and had at least three health checks during the cruise.