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Nevada Politics Today: Soifer talks about prospects for school choice

Many students using Opportunity Scholarships will lose their funding within the next two years unless the Legislature acts. It’s one of the most popular education programs in the state, creating a disconnect between what the public wants and Democrat leadership will bring up for a vote. That’s according to Don Soifer, president, Nevada Action for School Options.

CARTOON: A man is dead

The excessive force and brutal beating of Tyre Nichols by Memphis police officers is a stain on law enforcement.

Sports on TV in Las Vegas

Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.

Union takes on ‘forever chemicals’ in firefighters’ gear

The International Association of Fire Fighters on Monday announced it had retained a trio of prominent “toxic tort law” firms to demand changes to the personal protective gear firefighters use, and to explore compensation for cancer-ridden firefighters and their families.

Most Colorado River states agree on water cuts

Six out of seven Colorado River basin states have settled on a proposed set of cuts aimed at saving the crumbling river system and preventing Lake Mead and Lake Powell from crashing — with one very notable state missing from the agreement: California.