Construction on the latest road project begins Nov. 30 in the south end of the valley, where the Nevada Department of Transportation will build a $33.7 million freeway interchange for Interstate 15 at Starr Avenue.
Even Republican primary voters can begrudgingly accept the need for elected officials to compromise. What they can’t — and shouldn’t — accept are GOP politicians caving in to their opponents.
Being a single mom is hard. Just ask Chappelle White.
Sen. Dean Heller wants to ensure the Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium can issue tax-exempt bonds, despite his opposition to government-funded stadiums. GOP House leaders surprised Nevada officials by proposing to eliminate tax-exempt bonding for professional sports stadiums in the tax-reform plan they unveiled last week.
High-profile litigation involving a Las Vegas man who filed 274 federal lawsuits claiming violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act has potential to play a role in Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s bid for governor.
Since common decency hasn’t stopped many liberals from politicizing mass shootings, how wrong they were about Texas should.
Now that daylight savings is over and early darkness descends across the valley, we need to do our part as walkers and bicyclists to stay safe and be seen on the streets.
The best thing Gov. Brian Sandoval can do to preserve his legislative accomplishments is to quit defending them.
Charley Thomas is one of nearly 7,000 Clark County School District students petitioning to receive the diploma they were denied years ago, after a shift in graduation requirement prompted a new ruling from the state Department of Education.
Some Nevada Democrats are so radical on immigration they’ve made violent crime prevention a partisan issue.