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Both SB 243 and SB 250 would prohibit anyone from purchasing a catalytic converter from a person unless the seller is either a licensed worker or has proof of ownership of the part.
City employees, police, firefighters and local Teamsters union members will be getting one-time bonuses, in part to help ease inflation impact.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Biden plan drives up costs for many Americans.
Wokeness demands stuffing itself down the throats of unwilling, formerly free people.
A multicultural country works a bit like a kindergarten classroom.
The age-old trick of “passing” and the urge for cultural tourism.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
The intolerance on a campus that supposedly promotes intellectual debate is a national embarrassment.
Senate Bill 130 and Senate Bill 136 would limit the power of the governor to impose emergency orders in perpetuity and without approval from lawmakers.
In many cases with political overtones, Lady Justice’s blindfold is nowhere to be seen.
Lorenzo Soto, 39, was found fatally shot inside a vacant apartment in the 3500 block of Paradise Road on Dec. 27.
Kenneth George was arrested Friday inside a downtown Las Vegas casino after allegedly assaulting and trying to steal money from a prostitute.
Jurors heard opening arguments on Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of kidnapping his mother and fatally stabbing her boyfriend in 2019.
After a three-hour hearing, Control Board Chairman Kirk Hendrick said he’ll take some of the suggestions from Tuesday’s testimony to possibly schedule regulatory workshops.
The Department of Corrections may soon be required to develop standards for the supervision and care of transgender inmates under a bill heard by lawmakers Tuesday.
Lorena Portillo, who has worked at the department since 1998, was unanimously appointed as the registrar of voters for Clark County on Tuesday.
The company building the $2.2 billion, 17,500-seat performance venue is looking to hire up to 3,000 people.
A 15-year-old boy accused of conspiring to kill a man in northeast Las Vegas will be charged as an adult, a judge overseeing juvenile crimes ruled Tuesday.
Las Vegas developer The Calida Group will soon start construction on its five-story, 400-unit apartment complex near the Strip.