Gov. Steve Sisolak and Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo answered questions as part of a debate sponsored by the Nevada Independent, a non-profit news website.
“People think they have lost everything, but you haven’t lost everything if you haven’t lost yourself,” Rev. Charles Cannon said in his Sunday sermon.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced Sunday that his forces now control Lyman: “As of 12:30 p.m. (0930 GMT) Lyman is cleared fully. Thank you to our militaries, our warriors,” he said in a video address.
Nevadans injured on the job say the worker’s compensation program is broken and requires real change
Stewart Rhodes intends to take the stand to argue he believed Trump was going to invoke the Insurrection Act to call up a militia to support him, his lawyers have said.
“There’s a hole in the hull. It took water in the motors. It took water in everything,” boat captain Ryan Kane said. “You know boats are supposed to be in the water, not in parking lots.”
As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors will not seek more than 63 months for Ronald Sandlin, 35, who is from Memphis and was arrested in Las Vegas. Local businessman Nathaniel DeGrave, 32, is awaiting sentencing on conspiracy and assault charges.
Doubling down on a campaign attack that’s already been disproven is a mysterious strategy.
Nevada Department of Corrections Director Charles Daniels resigned effective Friday, according to Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed to protect newly annexed regions of Ukraine by “all available means.”
A surge of immigrants and those seeking asylum at the southern border has vexed the Biden administration and candidates seeking office in November.
A revived Hurricane Ian set its sights on South Carolina’s coast Friday.
The Southern California teenager who was killed alongside her father in a shootout with law enforcement along Interstate 15 was with him a day earlier when he fatally shot her mother.
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law and All Voting is Local released state-specific guides explaining the rules in place to prevent a poll worker from going “rogue and disrupting the voting process.”