Nevada Politics Today host Victor Joecks interviews Jon Wellinghoff, CEO of Grid Policy.
Breezy conditions Sunday could lead to rain, wind overnight
UNLV’s basketball team is suddenly defending again, which was good enough to beat rival UNR 68-62 on Saturday night.
MSG Sphere President Lucas Watson extended a warm welcome to the venue at the Preview 2023 event last week, but the company has yet to announce suite, ticket or advertising prices.
A Las Vegas man is accused of multiple charges including domestic battery and sex trafficking.
UNLV fifth-year guard EJ Harkless drew a late offensive foul, and senior guard Justin Webster had a season-high scoring night in a win over UNR on Saturday.
A stretch of Interstate 15, one of the most traveled roads in Nevada, is closed in the central valley all weekend.
First, a stranger would face a far greater challenge entering a post-presidential Mar-a-Lago than a pre-presidential Biden home, office, or garage — or who knows where?
Voter ID increases voter confidence in our election process.
In general, states are more economically free when their governments prevent people from harming one another but leave them alone. Exploitation and the Nanny State are anathema to economic freedom.
Damn lies and tax policy.
If Lombardo is serious about expanding school choice, he needs to adjust course. Let the money follow the child.
The Biden administration claims this will cost taxpayers $138 billion — no small sum
The “Chicken Little” claims from teacher unions about school choice are about to get a lot less believable.
While Americans struggle to pay record high-prices and the economy teeters on recession, President Joe Biden cheers his economic plan.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
The Lady Rebels and 2,500 of their closest friends enjoyed an 80-57 victory Saturday over archenemy UNR — marking their first-ever sellout at Cox Pavilion.
When Shaun King led the Buccaneers to the NFC championship game more than two decades ago, he was the only rookie to have ever led his team that far. Now he has company.
A small group gathered and marched in downtown Las Vegas Saturday night to make their voices heard in the wake of Tyre Nichols’ death.