Myram Borders was a cutthroat journalist, who strategized ahead of time how to beat the competition. But the real reason for her successful 36 years at the United Press International wire service was her penchant for hard work.
We knew the day would come. It was inevitable. But most of us thought the horror wreaked Sunday would come from overseas, not some gambling geezer living in a retirement community in Mesquite.
Retired Associated Press reporter Brendan Riley wrote a book about the ugly, vicious yet fascinating side of Vallejo, California, which parallels the rough side of Nevada’s gambling centers and involves some of the same characters.
Former first lady Sandy Miller may not have been a cheerleader when she graduated from Rancho High School’s Class of 1967, but she cheers for it now.
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.
Nearly 10 years ago, I wrote about a new program started by then-Secretary of State Ross Miller — the Nevada Living Will Lockbox.
Is Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin an anti-Semite? Jane Ann Morrison doesn’t think so, but his choice of words leaves the question open for discussion.
Two 97-year-old great-grandmothers own bragging rights as the oldest people planning to attend the 2017 Las Vegas High School “Wildcat” Reunion.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt asked a federal judge’s permission to intervene in 157 pending Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits filed in Las Vegas by Kevin Zimmerman. A senior deputy attorney general called the lawsuits “potentially malicious, premature, poorly drafted, and failing to state a claim.”
The latest chapter in the Badlands Golf Course development debate, in which the Las Vegas City Council rejected the developer’s latest plan, offered a window on the council’s new makeup.