“Protect and serve” is more than a slogan for Kathy Cassell and the rest of the Cassell family. It’s been a way of life.
When bureaucrats waste federal dollars meant to help people save their homes, it makes columnist Jane Ann Morrison crazy. And she’s not alone. U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley, for one, also is upset.
Police reports from Converse, Texas, a suburb of San Antonio, detail how former Las Vegas City Councilwoman and former Clark County Commissioner Lynette Boggs-Perez claimed a neighbor’s puppy as her own and refused to give it back when the owner asked.
Columnist Jane Ann Morrison has had some interesting conversations with men and women after watching 18 hours of the documentary “The Vietnam War.” She also has learned Vegas PBS is holding monthly “Veterans Coffee Conversations” at the station.
Thankfully, more people didn’t die. Thankfully, more people weren’t injured.
“Gangsters to Governors: The New Bosses of Gambling in America” serves as a well-written, tidbit-laden reference book about gambling in the U.S. from its beginnings to 2017.
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.
The State Bar of Nevada had sought to add anti-harassment and anti-discrimination language to its Rules of Professional Conduct. But opponents complained, and the proposed rule was shelved for now.
Columnist Jane Ann Morrison questions Las Vegas City Council members’ annual individual discretionary funds, which are often used for special events, saying the money promotes the individual politician with special events creating goodwill with constituents.
Post-politics, former Assemblyman Larry Spitler has made an unusual transition. Today, he is a documentary movie producer.