Nevada Politics Today host Victor Joecks sat down with Republican Senate Minority Leader, Michael Roberson to discuss gun safety and his race as republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor.
Both officers were placed on paid administrative leave following the shooting which occurred in the 4000 block of West Flamingo Road Thursday night.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Even if Game 6 is not by definition a must-win game for the Golden Knights like the Stars have faced in the past two games, it’s one they must win.
The debt ceiling brinkmanship finger-pointing begins.
Democrats must come to the table.
You mean this multibillion-dollar endeavor can’t pay its workers?
Ex-Marine is a hero for trying to protect passengers.
The debt was about $10 trillion after Bush the younger. Mr. Obama doubled it to $20 trillion.
Have we got a deal for you!
Why are our government, corporations and popular culture colluding in mass suicide?
I’m not saying all of Trump’s most loyal voters are bad or deplorable people.
And whom do they blame for the decline? Most point to social media and the media.
Memorial Day is a time to remember the fallen and work to prevent a weakening of U.S. Armed Forces.
Manipulating presidential election rules for short-term gain.
Goaltender Adin Hill had a number of outstanding saves to give the Golden Knights a chance, but Ty Dellandrea scored two third-period goals to spark the Dallas Stars.
The Aces held their 2022 WNBA championship banner ceremony and received rings recognizing their title before Saturday’s rout of the Los Angeles Sparks.
Leona Maguire, Ayaka Furue, Linn Grant and Parajee Anannarukarn all punched their tickets to Sunday at the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play.
Lindsey Weaver-Wright, the last American standing in the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play, is working to re-create the magic of her amateur career.
With the outlines of a deal in place, legislation could be drafted and shared with lawmakers in time for votes early next week in the House and later in the Senate.
The NFL’s new fair catch rule is mere window dressing for a league more concerned with legal consequences than actual player safety.