NEW YORK — The New York Times says it will start charging for access to its website and for the use of smart phone and tablet applications later this month in the U.S. Beginning March 28, prices start at $15 for four weeks of full access to the website and the smart phone app.
A California man hit and killed by a suspected drunken driver Sunday morning died on his 55th birthday. He was a radio DJ in Southern California for more than a decade.
The Pupil-Centered Funding Plan, which was unveiled last week, calls for a complete rewrite of the state’s current funding formula.
The sheriff’s office says Kristen Thompson abruptly resigned Friday from Pathways Elementary School in Hillsborough.
WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr is taking on another item from President Donald Trump’s agenda, railing against judges who issue rulings blocking nationwide policies.
Planned building in Las Vegas Medical District shrinks to four stories, UNLV president says. Opening date for the medical education building pushed back to fall semester 2022.
The animals won’t be visible to the public until further notice, but people can follow along on the zoo’s social media accounts and at #RhinoWatch on Twitter.
The move clashes with the priorities of many Democratic lawmakers who still have concerns with the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
The Henderson City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved bringing a Vegas Golden Knights community ice arena to downtown.
MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador hasn’t just moved out of the luxurious president’s residence, he’s using it to auction off seized luxury goods to raise money for poor communities.
The hospital says the mold was present in several operating rooms and equipment storage rooms on the hospital’s main campus.