From time to time, newspapers and other media outlets want to get public documents from government agencies. In Nevada, it's not an easy task, so the Las Vegas Review-Journal is challenging agencies in court.
Back for a second year, Desert Companion 's 2023 dining issue encompasses both our annual Restaurant Awards, and our special Street Eats section, honoring both the aspirational and the everyday. And this year's Street Eats has its own theme: Around the World in Vegas, a special project identifying national dishes that are available locally. Happy eating!
It's Michigan vs. Alabama and Washington vs. Texas for the final season of the four-team college football playoff format, before the tournament grows to a field of 12 next year.
Alaska Airlines said it agreed to buy Hawaiian Airlines in a $1.9 billion deal, including debt, putting it on track for a potential clash with a Biden administration.
20-year-old Hisham Awartani is scheduled to be released from the hospital next week and begin a long recovery after one of the gunman's bullets lodged in his spine.
Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels launched a series of attacks on vessels in the Red Sea, as well as launching drones and missiles targeting Israel as it wages war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
The Philippine president blamed "foreign terrorists" for a bomb blast that killed four people Sunday and wounded dozens of other Catholic worshippers in the south.
The country is rich in water resources. Yet many people in the city of Santa Marta struggle to get enough to meet daily needs. They improvise, strategize — and rely on a tangle of 1-inch pipes.
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