There’s some major work happening on the Las Vegas Valley’s major freeways, so the Road Warrior answers a pressing question a few of you have asked recently. Is it Interstate 95 or U.S. Highway 95 — and what the heck is the difference?
Rep. Dina Titus last week said violent protests on college campuses are responses to Donald Trump’s presidency and proposed budget. She also included violent protests in a list of ways people are “coming together” to oppose Trump.
Diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress after surviving rocket attacks in Iraq, retired Air Force Major Anthony Jones says the kind of injuries he received should not be treated only will pills, but also with hyperbaric oxygen therapy, exercise and engagment in the world.
CARSON CITY – The good idea fairy is alive and well in Carson City.
More than 70 years ago Stephen Nasser told his dying brother that he would tell the world about what the Nazis did to their family. Nasser, already the author of two books on the Holocaust, keeps his promise to his brother with a new play that opens Thursday at Durango High School.
As Nevada grapples with how to tax recreational marijuana, a key question lingers: Will that revenue even make a dent in the state’s education funding?
Floor votes could dominate day 75 of the legislative session.
CARSON CITY — The board of Nevada’s Public Employees Retirement System voted Thursday to give its support to a bill that required the disclosure of retiree names. PERS chair Mark Vincent even said he sees “value” to the public in releasing the names, if directed to do so by the Legislature.
CPR, name changes and protection orders highlight day 74 of the 2017 legislative session.