It seems like forever since orange cones have popped up along a mile-long stretch of Washington Avenue, making for some pretty nasty traffic jams. The torn-up conditions aren’t expected to end anytime soon.
Former Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to taking campaign money for his personal use. Columnist Jane Ann Morrison says his enablers may be under investigation too.
Transgender men and women could find it easier to change their gender identification on Nevada driver’s licenses.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump surprised both gun rights advocates and those hoping for gun policy reforms by ordering Attorney General Jeff Sessions “to propose regulations to ban all devices that turn legal weapons into machine guns.”
Rallies are planned at six Las Vegas Valley schools for March 14 to demand change to prevent school shootings. But like adults, the students have different ideas on how that could be accomplished.
Half of Clark County’s public buses are streaming live footage from surveillance cameras, providing a vital tool for law enforcement officers in the wake of a standoff on the Strip last year.
On Valentine’s Day, columnist Jane Ann Morrison kept thinking of people who lost their loved ones.
It will take another year before permanent traffic signals start working at a North Las Vegas intersection where a 14-year-old boy was killed and another was seriously injured in a crash last month.
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.
Rumors are swirling, as the movers and shakers watch on the sidelines to see who gets crowned king or queen of the nation’s fifth-largest public school district.