The author understands the drought, and the need to conserve water in the desert. But darn it, he still someday wants a really big pool.
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Steve Sebelius wrote about local, state and national politics, as well as the Nevada Legislature.
News that the Texas Station, along with two other Station Casino properties, would be permanently closed and demolished hits hard after years of good memories.
Blame Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for Congress taking the time this week to pass a bill that essentially reinforces existing policy.
Although she didn’t get a major police union endorsement this year, U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto isn’t anti-cop.
The Supreme Court’s most recent turn — its most conservative in decades — is the result of Republicans playing the long judicial game.
By upholding a law that allows petitioners to withdraw initiatives even after they’ve qualified, the Nevada Supreme Court has opened the door to a dubious policy.
Republican secretary of state candidate Jim Marchant says fraud and a cabal decides elections in Nevada, but there’s no proof to support that idea.
New interim university system chancellor Dale Erquiaga may be from the north, but Southern Nevadans should give him a chance in his new job.
Who could conceive of the misery that is driving in Las Vegas traffic? Could it be, Satan?
The California Coastal Commission’s rejection of a desalination plant in Huntington Beach was a step backward in the fight over water in the Southwest.
Early voting has begun, and ballots will soon be in your mailbox. Now comes the hard part: Doing the research to cast an informed vote.
Two racially motivated killings on opposite sides of the country show that racism is not benign, and that we need to reject those who would divide us over race.
Twitter can be an awful place, but restrictions on free speech are worse than any bad speech you might find on that platform.
Whether in the courtroom or at the statehouse, women will have to keep fighting for control over intimate reproductive decisions if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Nevada is insulated from legal drama surrounding abortion laws in all but the most sweeping scenarios.