On Valentine’s Day, columnist Jane Ann Morrison kept thinking of people who lost their loved ones.
For 12 days, an acidic drip, drip, drip demolished Steve Wynn’s reputation, finally forcing him to resign as chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts on Tuesday. Now it looks as if his resignation won’t spare him embarrassment after all.
The Nevada Supreme Court had two open seats in this fall’s election. Now there is only one. Abbi Silver, chief judge of the Court of Appeals, was elected outright when no one filed against her.
I went looking for 20-something women at last Sunday’s Women’s March: Power to the Polls rally, and my search found that the overwhelming number of the estimated 20,000 people attending, to put it delicately, appeared to be “women of a certain age.”
Internet radio show host, self-proclaimed veterans advocate and judicial endorser Steve Sanson is in a legal no man’s land. Local judges don’t want to hear a defamation lawsuit filed against the social media and email bomb thrower.
Texas voters dodged a bullet. Lynette Boggs-Perez’s efforts to resurrect her political career in Texas went belly-up on a technicality. The Republican Party of Bexar County booted her off the ballot.
Nevada’s Gaming Policy Committee sought guidance in November about whether the federal government would enforce federal laws that criminalized pot use, cultivation and distribution. Nevadans got their answer Thursday, but it wasn’t the one many wanted.
Whether 2017 becomes a historical turning point in workplace sexual harassment will remain speculation until time passes and historians look at the long haul.
“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.