Chippendale Jaymes Vaughn, who came in second on “Amazing Race,” was filming a scene for a new show at the Lion Habitat Ranch, sanctuary for 50 lions, where his favorite animal was this 8-month-old baby giraffe, Ozzie.
The ghosts of the Las Vegas cab racket past must have had a good chuckle. The state’s current corporate taxi service licensees surely smiled as well. Call it a fortuitous turn of events at the Washoe County Courthouse.
The median price of a single-family home jumped to $202,000 in the month, up 1.1 percent from $199,900 in October, the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors reported Monday.
Diabetes can increase the risk for heart disease, stroke, or serious kidney damage. However, many people may not realize that diabetes can also damage the eyes.
Tony Sanchez took Bishop Gorman to the top of the high school rankings, and now he will start near the bottom of the college football world at UNLV.
What if the people who make their living rating teams every day were in charge of seeding the college football playoffs? What if the inaugural playoff season wasn’t decided by a group of people with different agendas that might factor into their judgment? There would be a lot more happy people in Texas, that’s for sure.
I appreciate the Review-Journal’s commitment to focusing taxpayer resources where they are most effective. In fact, my conversations with your editorial board helped inspire our school district’s initiative to partner with local business leaders to develop tools that measure return on investment.
To the editor:
Think about every state government entity and public agency calling for additional taxes and fees, then prioritize their needs. What can you live without?