If Nevada taxpayers had to pay the full cost of the Medicaid expansion, it’d have less support than Harry Reid running for president of a Republican women’s club.
When veterans “advocate” and Family Court critic Steve Sanson isn’t running doomed campaigns for office, the president of Veterans in Politics International files complaints against office holders — so many complaints it’s no longer possible to determine whether he’s making credible claims.
Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett’s explosive accusation that Las Vegas police officers targeted him because of his skin color hasn’t been debunked yet, but it’s facing third and long.
Failing to display license plates, or having them obscured, are misdemeanor traffic offenses that can land violators a maximum $1,000 fine and six months in jail
It’s hard to believe it today, but four years ago union leaders praised the selection of Pat Skorkowsky as superintendent of the Clark County School District Superintendent.
Clark County School District superintendent’s surprise announcement that he will step down at the end of June 2018 included signals that he intends to take some of those he considers trouble-makers with him.
Dan Schwartz is pinning his long-shot bid for governor on hopes that Republican primary voters will pay more attention to his persona than his policies.
Nearly 10 years ago, I wrote about a new program started by then-Secretary of State Ross Miller — the Nevada Living Will Lockbox.
The Nevada Democratic Congressional delegation, like Rep. Ruben Kihuen, claim they will fight “tooth and nail” to protect participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. But their words are decreasing the chance of a compromise passing Congress.
Drivers headed to the Red Rock Resort and Downtown Summerlin are likely familiar with the pain of exiting the northbound 215 Beltway to turn right at Charleston Boulevard.