People need to quit whining about the U.S. Supreme Court.
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I am as big a baseball fan as the next, but I am not willing to have a club here that has been poorly managed in their previous home.
College admission should be based on only one criteria and that is merit.
A different concept of independence today.
The move, aimed at ensuring federal student privacy laws are observed, will force teachers to take extra steps before recording their live lectures during distance learning.
Frank Cullotta, the former Chicago mobster who was a consultant on the movie “Casino,” has died. He was 81.
The sun was not visible early Friday because of fires burning all over the West that are filling the Las Vegas sky with unhealthy smoke, haze and ozone.
The Nevada Highway Patrol was called at 8:09 p.m. to the westbound 215 Beltway at Valle Verde Drive.
Members of the LGBTQ community and allies gathered outside the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada on Maryland Parkway to remember the nearly 30 transgender people who have been killed in 2020.
The Clark County School District is using Canvas, an online learning management system, for distance education. Teachers are facing a crunch to get virtual classrooms set up by Monday.
Two men and their mother were arrested and charged with open murder after police said one of them shot at homeless men, killing one and sending the other two to the hospital while the victims ran from an attempted robbery in North Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas Valley dance instructor who has worked with Britney Spears, Madonna and other stars has been arrested in North Las Vegas as a suspected serial sexual predator.
Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday with a message of unity and hope for a nation battered by racial strife and a pandemic that has left death and economic insecurity.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore called city compliance observers “snitches.” The program was implemented after Clark County was designated a red zone.
The unique nature of this NHL postseason means Golden Knights general manager Kelly McCrimmon doesn’t have to travel far to watch other teams, and he’s taken full advantage.
Friends and family spoke for hours Wednesday during Lt. Erik Lloyd’s funeral in Henderson, describing a man who had a “zest for life” and an impeccable work ethic.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.